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Recall Alert for 1,800 Club Car Recreation Vehicles

by Brooke Gold Hasson | Mar 03, 2014

white club carClub Car is recalling roughly 1,800 of its Precedent I2 golf and transport vehicles because of a potential falling hazard. The hip restraint on the passenger side of these vehicles can break, creating the danger.

The recalled vehicles vary in model, color, and size, but all are from the model year 2012. Models can be identified by both model number and serial number located to the right of the accelerator pedal.

If you own a 2013 model, be sure to check the wheel recall associated with some models. It was issued in November of last year.

Product Names:

The car models included in the recall are:

ModelModel numberSerial number range
Precedent I2 ExcelPH1227-290944 to 1229-294026
Precedent I2 4 Pass ExcelPJ1228-291089 to 1229-293651
Precedent I2 GasPR1227-290759 to 1229-294014
Precedent I2 Signature 4 Pass Elec.PV1228-291275
Precedent I2 Signature 4 Pass GasPW1227-290745 to 1228-291918
Precedent I2L ExcelPD1228-291354 to 1229-293959
Precedent I2 4 Pass GasPF1229-292952 to 1229-293545


Potential Hazard:

If the hip restraint breaks or cracks, a passenger can fall out the vehicle. Club Car has received one injury report so far where a person bruised their ribs after such a fall.


Stop using the product immediately. Club Car will replace the hip restraint for free through an authorized dealer. Dealers can be located through the Club Car website.

Retail Locations for Recalled Items:

These vehicles are sold exclusively by Club Car authorized dealers and were sold beginning in February 2012. Models cost between $5,000 and $8,000.

Replacement Contact Information:

Contact Club Car directly for replacement by calling 800-227-0739. Club Car is also reaching out directly to owners of affected vehicles.

You can read the full recall notification from the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission here or from Club Car here. On Club Car’s website, the “Safety Information” page lists this recall underneath the year 2013 even though it was issued on Feb. 18, 2014.

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