How do I operate my caddy properly?
Bat-Caddy: Common Sense applies! Electric caddies, even models with the Anti-Tip wheel, are 3-wheel mechanical vehicles susceptible to tipping over in certain situations. Turning at fast speeds, crossing steep side hill terrain, driving into potholes over bumps, roots, sprinkler heads or curbs, driving in steep uphill or downhill situations are all potential hazards that could cause your caddy to tip over, crash and damage the cart and/or your golf equipment. The general rule is NOT to go where it can be dangerous and, if in such situations guide your caddy manually and carefully. Never run your caddy over curbs, but assist it manually to prevent wheel damage or tipping. Learn the physical limits of your caddy before you drive it into challenging situations. Don't operate your cart in heavy rain or drive it through deep casual water. Electric and water don't mix! When you leave your caddy to make a putt or for other reasons, never leave it pointed towards a hazard such as water, bunkers or public streets etc. On occasion it can happen that you push a remote control button by accident (for example when stored in a pocket) and the caddy starts moving unintentionally in which case you don't want it to end up in water or other dangerous hazards or endanger others. Don't steer your caddy with the remote when on narrow cart paths, bridges, near hazards or other people, but rather guide it manually. An appropriate mix between remote and manual steering will give you the optimal performance. Again, common sense and preventive/defensive driving are the best policy to protect and enjoy your investment for many years.