Pedal go kart FAQ US
- Have I got room for a go-kart?
"All the BERG Buddy's, Rally's and large go-karts can be placed on their side. Because the go-karts are resting on their back wheels and seat, it makes them compact and easy to store. Below are the exact dimensions of the go-karts when all four wheels are on the ground. Product Length x Width (cm) Buddy 100 x 65 Rally 70 x 123 Large go-karts 150 x 80 Traxx 150 x 85"
- My go-kart has a flat tyre but there is no inner tube. How can I repair it?
You can repair a flat tyre by inserting an inner tube. Inner tubes can be ordered from the BERG Sales outlet, or via the spare parts searcher.
- Is there an extra passenger seat available for the BERG Buzzy go-karts?
An extra seat does not fit on a BERG Buddy. This is a small, light go-kart. Mounting an extra seat could cause the front wheels to rise from the ground.
- Is it possible to buy the go-kart stickers separately?
BERG guarantees the supply of replacement parts as stated in the BERGcatalogue to enable the go-kart to function. However, functionality does not include stickers. There are also strict rules concerning the trademark of the models produced under licence (e.g. Ferrari, Jeep, John Deere, Fendt and Claas). BERGis therefore not permitted to supply these stickers separately.
- Is it possible to mount gears on a normal go-kart?
Unfortunately not. A go-kart with gears has a specially designed frame. For that reason, a BERG dealer cannot mount gears on a ‘normal’ go-kart.
- Can I assemble a go-kart myself?
The Gokart is supplied with instructions which explain how to assemble the Go kart . You can also go to your BERG Service Dealer, who will be happy to help.
- Which inner tube do I need for my BERG Go-kart?
All inner tubes for the various BERG GO-KARTS can be found on this page.
- Does a passenger seat fit on the BERG Buddy Go-kart?
It is not possible to mount an extra seat on the BERG Buddy. The Buddy is a small, light go-kart and an extra seat would cause the front wheels to lift off the ground. This is a dangerous situation that we wish to avoid by not mounting an extra seat.
- The reset button of the on-board computer is difficult to access. Can BERG adjust this?
The reset button has been installed so that it is deliberately difficult to reach, to avoid the button from being accidentally pushed by children. It will therefore not be adjusted.
- What does BFR-3 mean?
BFR-3 stands for: Break, Freewheel and Reverse + three gears. This system is identical to the BFR system, but with three gears. This makes it easier to accelerate, to ride up a hill and go very fast when you have the wind behind you! Read on to learn all about the BFR & BFR-3 system.
- What does BFR mean?
BFR stands for: Break, Freewheel and Reverse. The BFR system allows you to brake using the pedals, but also reverse immediately after coming to a standstill. In addition, the freewheel ensures that the pedals remain stationary while the wheels are turning. Read on to learn all about the BFR & BFR-3 system.
- What is the maximum user weight of a BERG Go-kart?
Product Age Maximum weight Biky 3+ 40 Buddy 3-8 50 Rally 4-12 60 Compact 5-99 85 Large go-karts 5-99 100 Beach wagon 3-99 100
- How do I make my BERG Go-kart look even better?
You have found your perfect go-kart but are still missing something? You can make your go-kart look even better and have much more fun with all kinds of BERG Accessories. Are you going on an adventure together? Go for a passenger seat! Or make sure you can take all your things with you in one of the BERG Trailers. The possibilities are endless!
- Why is a BERG Go-kart the best choice?
Many go-karts are offered in various shapes and sizes around the world, but BERG is the best choice because you are not just choosing BERG, you are also choosing quality, safety and loads of fun! Read all about why BERG is the best choice here. Read all about why BERG is the best choice here.
- What should you look for when buying a go-kart?
Each go-kart has been specially designed for various environments and circumstances according to unique specifications. For example, BERG Off-road go-karts are designed to be able to take on any terrain. You have never raced so fast around the streets as on our BERG Race go-karts, and the BERG Farm models make every job on the farm seem super easy! Read more handy tips here about buying a go-kart.
- Is there such a thing as an MOT for go-karts?
Just like a real car, your cool BERG Go-kart also needs a periodic technical inspection. Find out here whether your go-kart will pass the MOT checklist.
- Does BERG have go-karts with different themes?
BERG has many go-karts based on various themes. Would you like to go on a nature discovery trip, organise a real street race or help out on the farm? You can read more here about the various models.
- Does BERG have licenced go-karts?
BERG has licences and collaborates with major international car and tractor brands. These collaborations produce unique go-karts, each with their own specifications. You can read more about the collaboration between BERG and these international brands here.
- Can I obtain additional warranty on a go-kart?
It is certainly possible to obtain additional warranty on your BERG Go-kart! Read how you can obtain additional warranty on various BERG Go-karts.
- Does BERG develop go-karts itself?
BERG develops, produces and innovates its go-karts and trampolines itself.
- Do you have go-kart tips?
Our general go-kart tips page covers a great deal of topics, from how a BERG Go-kart is developed to the differences between the many different models. Read more about the various go-kart tips here.
- Why is there only one traction wheel on a go-kart?
When taking a turn, the outer wheel makes more rotations than the inner wheel. For example, when turn to the right, the left wheels make more rotations than the right wheels. When both wheels have traction, there can be no difference in rotations and you will not be able to turn smoothly.
- How to find my serial number?
For Pedal-Karts click here to download PDF guide.