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Carts & UTVs for Rent

United Rentals offers a wide selection of industrial carts, golf carts and UTVs, ideal for various hauling and transportation needs across industries. Manufacturers include leading brands, like Club Car and Polaris.

For our full list of carts and UTVs for rent, view the items below. For more information, visit our resource section.

Blue and brown Clubcar Tempo electric golf cart

Zero Emissions

Cat Class Code
955-1000

Golf Cart, Electric

  • 4 wheels
  • Electric power
  • 13.5 horsepower engine
  • 800 lb. payload capacity
  • Uses: Ideal for energy-efficient transportation across large jobsites, communities or campuses
UTV
Cat Class Code
955-1001

Golf Cart, Gas

  • 4 wheels
  • Gas power
  • 10.4 horsepower engine
  • 500-800 lb. payload capacity options available depending on model
  • Uses: Ideal for transportation across large jobsites, communities or campuses
UTV

Zero Emissions

Cat Class Code
955-1005

3-Wheel Industrial Cart, Electric

  • 3 wheels
  • Electric power
  • 1-2 seats
  • 1,000 lb. towing capacity and 750 lb. payload capacity
  • Uses: ideal for efficiently transporting up to 2 security or maintenance staff members
Green Industrial Electric Cart

Zero Emissions

Cat Class Code
955-1110

2-4 Seat UTV, AWD, Electric

  • 2-4 seats
  • Electric power
  • AWD
  • 8,000 lb. towing capacity and 3,000 lb. payload capacity
  • Uses: Ideal for small workspaces that require heavy-duty towing, like factories and warehouses
Red and black Polaris Ranger 2-seat UTV
Cat Class Code
955-1115

2-Seat UTV, AWD or 2WD, Gas

  • 2 seats
  • Gas power
  • AWD or 2WD depending on model
  • 800-1,200 lb. towing capacity and 800-900 lb. payload capacity options available depending on model
  • Uses: Ideal for midsize projects, like transporting your crew, tools, supplies or chemicals
White Clubcar 2-6 Seat UTV, 2WD, Gas
Cat Class Code
955-1116

2-6 Seat UTV, 2WD, Gas

  • 2-6 seats depending on model
  • Gas power
  • 2WD
  • 300 lb. towing capacity
  • Uses: Ideal for security or parking applications on campuses, resorts and airports
Green Polaris Pro mid-size 2-seater UTV
Cat Class Code
955-1118

2-6 Seat UTV, 2WD or 4WD, Gas

  • 2-6 seats
  • Gas power
  • 4WD or 2WD depending on model
  • 1,500-2,500 lb. towing and 900-1,700 lb. payload capacity options available depending on model
  • Uses: Ideal for security or parking applications on campuses, resorts and airports
Gray Clubcar 2-6 Seat UTV, 4WD or AWD, Diesel
Cat Class Code
955-1119

2-6 Seat UTV, 4WD or AWD, Diesel

  • 2-6 seats
  • Diesel power
  • 4WD or AWD depending on model
  • 2,000 lb. towing capacity and 1,200 lb. payload capacity
  • Uses: Ideal for withstanding heavy-duty hauling and routine use in large worksites
Red Polaris 2-Seat UTV
Cat Class Code
955-1120

2-Seat UTV, 2WD, Gas

  • 2 seats
  • Gas power
  • 2WD
  • 1,300-1,500 lb. towing capacity and 900-1,200 lb. payload capacity options available depending on model
  • Uses: Ideal for heavy-duty hauling in smaller, more compact spaces
Cat Class Code
955-1121

4-Seat UTV, 4WD, Gas

  • 4 seats
  • Gas power
  • 4WD
  • 1,000-1,600 lb. payload capacity and 1,500-2,000 lb. towing capacity options available depending on model
  • Uses: Ideal for heavy-duty hauling in large or commercial spaces, like construction sites
Green Polaris Ranger 2-Seat UTV
Cat Class Code
955-1122

2-Seat UTV, 4WD, Gas

  • 2 seats
  • Gas power
  • 4WD
  • 1,000 lb. payload capacity and 1,500 lb. towing capacity
  • Uses: Ideal for midsize projects, like transporting your crew, tools, supplies or chemicals
Green Polaris Ranger 4-seater UTV
Cat Class Code
955-1123

4-6 Seat UTV, 4WD, Diesel

  • 4-6 seats
  • Diesel power
  • 4WD
  • 1,600-2,075 lb. payload capacity and 2,000-2,500 lb. towing capacity options available depending on model
  • Uses: Ideal for hauling heavy amounts of cargo and transporting up to 6
Gray Clubcar 4-seater UTV
Cat Class Code
955-1124

4-Seat UTV, 4WD, Diesel

  • Enclosed cab may be available; models vary by location
  • Diesel power
  • 4WD
  • 1,600-2,075 lb. payload capacity and 2,000-2,500 lb. towing capacity options available depending on model
  • Uses: Ideal for withstanding heavy-duty hauling and routine use in large worksites
Brown Polaris Pro 4-seater UTV
Cat Class Code
955-1126

2-Seat UTV, 4WD or AWD, Diesel

  • 2 seats
  • Diesel power
  • 4WD or AWD depending on model
  • 1,500-1,900 lb. payload capacity and 2,000-2,500 lb. towing capacity options available based on model
  • Uses: Ideal for moving heavy loads while consuming less fuel
White Polaris Ranger XP 2-seater UTV
Cat Class Code
955-1150

2-4 Seat UTV, 4WD, Gas

  • 2-4 seats depending on model
  • Gas power
  • 4WD
  • 800 lb. payload capacity and 800 lb. towing capacity
  • Uses: Ideal for lighter jobs, like security or parking applications
Resources

FAQs About Carts and UTVs

United Rentals carries a selection of carts and UTVs for rent, including golf carts and industrial electric carts. They are designed for a variety of smaller hauling and towing tasks, like transporting people, tools and gear, or towing lighter loads and equipment for projects with limited space. Commonly used in airports and large warehouses, this three-wheel industrial electric cart can tow a small trailer weighing up to 1,000 pounds. For rough-terrain jobsites, this mid-size UTV has a four-wheel-drive system to traverse rugged terrain. Additionally, our golf carts for rent, designed for easy transportation across large properties or short distances, can travel uphill and have impressively tight clearance circles. Whether it's rocky terrain or small warehouses, we have the vehicle to help you navigate your space. Manufacturers include leading brands like Club Car, Polaris and Taylor-Dunn.

Learn more about carts and side-by-sides in our FAQ section below.

FAQs
How much do UTVs and carts weigh?

UTVs and carts have different weights, based on individual manufacturer specifications. The industrial carts and golf carts in our inventory typically weigh anywhere from 800 to 1,000 pounds. Most two-seat UTVs weigh 1,200 to 1,600 pounds, while four-seater or UTVs are expected to weigh closer to 1,400 to 2,000 pounds.

What size trailer do I need to transport UTVs and carts?

Trailer size varies based on the specific size and weight of your UTV or cart. In most cases, a 6.5-by-10-foot trailer is enough to haul a standard UTV or cart. For bigger UTVs and carts, a larger 6.5-by-16-foot utility trailer is recommended. Need more help? Contact United Rentals for further guidance.

What is the towing capacity of UTVs and carts?

UTVs and carts have a wide range of towing capacities, depending on their intended application. Smaller vehicles, like industrial electric carts, golf carts and smaller, two-seat UTVs typically have a towing capacity of 1,000 pounds. Large UTVs are better designed for heavy-duty hauling and tout high towing capacities, like this UTV with a 6,500-pound towing capacity.

Choose the Right UTV
Do I need a two- or four-wheel drive UTV?

Utility vehicles, also called side by sides, come in two-wheel drive and four-wheel drive models. Four-wheel-drive UTVs are equipped with a heavy duty drivetrain and rugged tires to get through mud, debris, sand and uneven terrain. Most construction worksites call for four-wheel drive UTVs. Two-wheel drive UTVs are best for light-duty jobs. They work well on smooth surfaces and are gentler on turf than four-wheel drive models.

What size UTV do I need?

To rent a UTV that best suits your needs, consider the space you’ll be navigating and what people or materials you’ll be transporting. Will you need to make tight turns? Larger vehicles are handy for transporting materials but they typically have a larger turning radius and aren’t as nimble as two-passenger UTVs.

How many seats do I need?

United Rentals offers two-seat, four-seat and six-seat side by side rentals. If you want to be able to zip around the jobsite and you won’t frequently be carrying materials or multiple passengers, a two-seat UTV may suit you best. Go for a four-seater if you want to be able to transport a small crew and/or materials. If you know you need to transport both crews and materials/tools, a six-seater may be your best bet. The decision may depend on the configuration of the UTV. On some models, the second row can fold down to give you more options for how to use the space.

How much towing capacity should I expect?

Smaller UTVs can tow around 1,000 pounds. UTVs designed for jobsites typically can tow loads of up to 2,000 pounds, and the largest models have towing capacities of up to 3,000 pounds.

Will it have enough ground clearance?

UTVs are well suited for uneven or bumpy terrain. If your worksite’s terrain is particularly uneven, opt for a UTV with a higher ground clearance, such as a diesel, four-wheel drive model. UTVs have higher ground clearance than golf carts, which are best reserved for use indoors or on smooth outdoor surfaces.

Should I rent a gas, diesel or electric UTV?

Diesel- and gas-powered UTVs are common on big jobsites. They are more powerful than electric UTVs and are the better choice for rough terrain. If your jobsite has a diesel tank, choose a diesel UTV. Otherwise, stick with a gas-powered model.

Electric UTVs are becoming more popular because they are quieter and don’t emit fumes, so they can be used indoors. They are the best option for landscaped surfaces, which powerful gas and diesel models are likely to tear up, and in large warehouses. Keep in mind that you may need to stop work to recharge them.

Do I need rollover protection?

Some UTVs feature a rollover protective structure, or ROPS, which is an open steel framework enclosing the UTV. It helps keep the operator and passengers safe if the vehicle tips or rolls over. If you have a jobsite with uneven terrain or steep gradients, rent an ROPS-equipped UTV for additional protection.

What accessories are available?

When you rent a side by side, consider accessories that could help you get work done. Many UTVs can be fitted with a variety of accessories, from snow plows to sprayers. Ask about accessories when you choose your UTV.