I recommend a Mocad 3 golf trolley for those wishing to get their clubs in the back of a car.

Last week you published a letter from a reader wanting to change his car to an SUV so that he could get his golf clubs and electric trolley in without having to tilt the seats. A far better (cheaper) option would be to get a better golf trolley. I drive a Mazda 6 Estate. Both my wife and I play, and so I need to get two cart bags and two electric trolleys in the boot. I can achieve this with the seats up (and just about stretch the luggage cover over too). His answer is a Mocad 3 trolley. Out of interest, I couldn't get them in an A6 estate. There's no substitute for trying them out in a car. The Mazda 6 hatchback is even wider (there's a nice hole behind the nearside wheelarch).

Asked on 21 April 2012 by RM, Kirkcudbright

Answered by Honest John
That's very good lateral thinking. Thank you. I'll go for it. I hope the paper does too.
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