Club Car Nears Completion of Precedent Repair Program

 92 Percent of Vehicles Addressed Through Proactive Campaign

AUGUSTA, GA (Nov. 17, 2005) Club Car, a business of Ingersoll-Rand Company Limited, a diversified industrial firm, announced today that 92 percent of Precedent golf cars in the U.S. that were identified as having a potential problem in their pedal return spring assembly have been repaired and are back in full operation. The remaining vehicles, which are mostly privately owned, are being addressed as quickly as Club Car officials can coordinate the repair process with owners. Continue reading

International Competitive Assessments Market Study

 

International Competitive Assessments announces a new market study…

GOLF CAR-TYPE VEHICLES AND THE EMERGING MARKET
FOR SMALL, TASK-ORIENTED VEHICLES IN THE UNITED STATES;
TRENDS 2000-2005, FORECASTS TO 2008

ICA announces publication of its third market study in a series of analyses on the small vehicle market in the United States. The study, as in the past, focuses on the
various markets for golf car-type vehicles, the neighborhood electric vehicle (NEV),
and heavy duty utility vehicles. In ICA’s initial study, published in 2000, we found that, “the emergence of small vehicles for transportation and commercial usage has reshaped the profile of a market–largely dependent, heretofore, on fleet golf cars– into several new segments with diverse requirements.” The second study published in 2002/2003 confirmed this trend, “citing the fact that it is now a necessity rather than an option [for companies] to develop and expand these newer segments.” Continue reading