IMPORTANT MANUAL INFORMATION
Particularly important information is Distinguished in this manual by the following notes:
THE SAFETY ALERT SYMBOL MEANS ATTENTION! BE ALERT! TOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED!
Failure to follow WARNING instructions could result in severe injury or death to the golf car occupants ,
a bystander ,or a person inspecting the golf car .
this message describes special precautions that must be taken to avoid damage to the golf car .
This message provides additional key Information.
LEO GOLF continually seeks advancements in product design and quality therefore, while this manual contains the most current product in formation available at the time of printing, there may be minor discrepancies between your golf car and this manual,If you have any questions concerning this manual please consult your negeca dealer.
This manual should be considerd a permanent part of your golf car and should
remain with the car when resold.
Read and understand this manual completely before operating your golf car.
3.MAINTENANCE SAFETY PROGRAM
LEO GOLF CAR ONE YEARS GOLF CAR WARRANTY
Global Thai Group Co.,Ltd hereby warrants that any new LEO Golf car purchased from an authorized LEO Golf car dealer will be free from defects in material and workmanship for one year from date of purchase ,subject to the stated limitations.
DURING THE PERIOD OF WARRANTY any authorized LEO Golf Car Dealer will , free of charge, repair or replace at LEO Golf car's option, any part adjudged defective by leo golf car due to faulty workmanship or material from the factory .Parts used in warranty repairs will be warranted for the balance of the machine's warranty period. All parts replaced under warranty become property of Global Thai Group Co.,Ltd.
A. Abnormal strain, neglect, or abuse including lack of proper maintenance
and use contrary to the owner's /operator's Manual instructions.
B. Accident or collision damage.
C. Installation of parts or accessories that arc not original cquipmcnt.
D. Fading, rust or dcterioration duc to exposure or ordinary wear and tear.
E. Modifications or alteration that afTccts the car's condition, operations, purpose, or durability.
F. Damage due to improper transportation.
G. Acts of God, ie: lightning hail damage, flood, tire ,etc.
THE CUSTOMER'S RESPONSIBILITY under this warranty shall be to:
1.Operate and maintain the golf car as specified in the appropriate Owncr's/Operator's Manual
2.Give notice to an authorized leo golf car dealer of any and all apparent defects within ten (10) days after discovery
and make the machine available at that time for inspection and repairs by dealer's authorized
WARI~ANTY TRANSFER: To transfer any remammg warranty from the original purchaser to any subsequent purchaser, it is imperative that the machine be inspected and registered for warranty by an authorized Leo Golf Car Dealer in this warranty 10 remain in cffect ,this inspection and registration must takc place within about ten (10) days aller transfer. An inspection and registration fee will be charged for this service.
1. IMPORTANT LABELS
SAFETY AND INSTRUCTION LABELS
Please see the figure 1 the bottom.
please read the following labels carefully before operating your golf car, and promptly replace any labels
which become damaged or removed
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1. this Owner's Operator's manua Read l and all safety and instruction labels on the golf car before operating
2.Be sure occupants are seated:
3.Selecl"FORWAIW' and 'REVERSE 'position:
4.Press accelerator pedal to start moving; to stop, release the accelerator pedal and press the broke pedal;
5.Never travel 01 speed too fast for the terrain. visibility, conditionsaryour experience,
Drive with extra caution in congested area when operating in reverse, and when driving on wet, rough surface;
6.To park. press the parking pedal(P); to lelease the parking pedal. press the braking pedal;
7.Convert directions between forward and reverse after securely park the car:
8.Forbldlng pressing the accelerator and broke pedal simultaneously In operation.
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The Technology From Germany
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1. IMPORTANT LABELS
GOLF CAR SERIAL NUMBER
The golf car serial number is stamped in the location shown.
Please see the figure 5 the bottom.
The first three digits of the number are for Model identification ; the remaining digits are
The unit production number Keep a record of These numbers for reference when ordering
Parts from Global Thai Group Company.
2. OPERATOR SAFETY
Leo golf cars are designed to be simple to operate However, be sure to observe the following :
BEFORE OPERATING THE GOLF CAR
• Read this Owner's Operator's manual and all safety
and instruction label
• On the golf car before operating. -Perform the pre-operation checks
• found in Section 6 of this manual. -Only authorized people should drive
the golf car from the drive's side only in designated areas.
• Do not allow extra people to ride in the golf car ,
This golf car is restricted to the stated occupants.
• Do not operate the golf car whileunder the influence of alcohol or drugs ;
their affect on vision and judgment make operating a golf car dangerous.
• Do not operate the golf car on public streets . roads or highways .
Such use is prohibited by law,and dangerous.operation on public road
can result in collisions with other vehicles.
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• Keep your entire body inside the golf car .remain seated and ho Id on when the car is in motion.
• Do not start the golf car until all occupants are seated
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• Keep your hands on the steering wheel and your eyes on path ahea
• Take extra care in congested areas or when backing up always back up slowly,and watch carefully.
• Avoid starting or stopping abruptly.Vary he speed of the golf car to match the terrain of the course.
• Avoid turning the steering wheel too sharply at high speed.
• Always drive slowly straight up or straight down slopes at an angle.
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Do not make any modifica-tion or addition which affects or safe operation, or make
any changes not in accord-ance with the owner's/oper-ator's manual.
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GOLF COURSE SAFETY PROGRAM
Like all machines golf cars can cause injury if improperly used or wrong maintained . This section contains broad safety practices required for safe golf car operated . Before golf cars are operated , golf course personal safety practices that may be required for safe operation .
Experience has shown that golf cars are safe when operated in accordance with the safety warnings affixed to every golf car . This safe operation is enhanced when golf cars are used according to the safety rules and practices established to meet the terrain used and conditions of the course they are used on .
The information contained here is intended for golf course personal responsible for golf car safety ,lf you are responsible for this golf car we encourage you to implement this golf car safety program .
Allow only authorized people to operate golf cars it is recommended that only people who possess a valid motor vehicle driver's license be allowed to operate golf cars .
Operation and safety instructions recommend by the golf car manufactory, along with the golf club safety rules , in a conspicuous place near ,the golf car rental area or golf car pick-up area . It is also recommended that the following warn.ng be posted in a conspicuous location .
Do Not Operate Golf Cars When Under The Influence Of Alcohol Or Drags
GOLF COURSE SAFETY SURVEYS
Perform safety surveys regularly to identify hazardous areas where golf cars should not be operated .
GOLF COURSE HAZARD PREVENTION
The following golf course hazards must be made safe :
• Steep Grades.Where steep grades exist ,restrict golf cars to desig nated golf car pathways where
possible .In addition, identify steep grades with a suitable warning like .
Warning Steep Grade, Descend Slowly With Foot On Brake
• Sharp Turns , Blind , Descend Bridge Approaches. Chain or rope off these potentially
hazardous areas or identify them with a suitable warning describing the nature of the hazard
and proper precautions to be taken to avoid the hazard .
• Wet Areas . Wet grass nay cause a golf car to lose tractior and may affect stability .Cham or
rope off wet areas or identify wet areas with a suitable warning.
GOLF COURSE SAFETY PROGRAM
• Loose Terrain . Loose terrain may cause a golf car to lose traction and may affect stability. Repair
loose terrain , chain or rope off these areas or identify loose terrain with a suitable warning .
• Golf car and pedestrian Interference Reroute golf car traffic or pedestrian traffic in congested
areas wherever possible to prevent accidents. If it's impractical to reroute traffic , erect warning signs
to warn pedestrians of golf car operators to drive slowly , use caution , and watch for pedestrians
MAINTEANCE REQUIRED FOR GOLF CAR SAFETY
Practice the following to help ensure the safety of golf car occupants:
• Preventative Maintenance Perform aim scheduled maintenance in accordance
with manufacturer's recommendations to
provide the golfing patron with a safe properly operating golfcir.
• Personal allow only qualified trained,and authorized personnel to inspect,adjust,and maintain golf cars.
• Parts and Materials . Use only replacement parts and materials recommended by the manufacturer
• Ventilation Properly ventilate all maintenance and storage areas in accordance with
applicable fire codes and ordinances to avoid fire hazards.ventilation is required to remove hydrogen
gas from electric powered car storage areas during the charging process.
For electric powered golf cars, the amount of hydrogen gas emitted during charging depends on a number of factors ,such as the condition of the batteries , the output rate of the battery charger , and the amount of time the batteries
are on charge Because of the highly volatile nature of hydrogen gas and its propensity to rise and accumulate
at the ceiling in pockets , a minimum of 5 air changes per hour is recommended. Consult applicable fire
and safety codes for the specific ventilation levels requirement, as well as requirements for
the use of explosion proof electrical apparatus .
SAFETY PRECAUTION DURING MAINTENACE
When performing maintenance , follow all safety instructions contained in the manufacturer's operation and serving safety procedures
• Properly immobilize golf car before beginning any maintenance.
• Properly block chassis before working underneath golf car.
• Avoid fire hazards , and have appropriate fire protection equi pment available .
• Before working on an electric golf car , disable the car's electrically system in accordance with the man
ufacturer's instructions .
• Use only properly insulated tool when working on electrically powered golf cars or around batteries .
• Maintain all safety devices including brakes , steering mechanisms ,warning devices , and governors in
a safe operating condition . Do not modify these safety devices as supplied by the manufacturer .
• After each maintenance or repair, the car must be driven by a qualified, trained, and authorized
person in an area free of pedestrian traffic- to ensure proper operation and adjustment
1. Record all maintenance performed in a maintenance record log by date , name of person
performing maintenance.and type of maintenance Periodically inspect maintenance log to
ensure accurate and complete entries .
2. Provide operator comment cards to assist in identifying nonperiodic maintenance needs for specific golf cars .
3. Maintain in a legible condition all nameplates , warnings , and instructions provided by the manufacturer .
4. If new nameplates , warnings , or instructions are needed , contact your dealer.
STORAGE AND BATTERY CHARGING
Take the following precautions to ensure maintenance worker safety :
• Only use battery changing and charging facilities and procedures that are in accordance with applicable
ordinances and regulations .
• Periodically inspect charging facilities and procedures that applicable safety codes , regulations ,
and procedures are being followed .
1. Steering wheel
4. Brake pedal
5. Parking brake pedal
6. Accelerator pedal
7. Main switch
10. Front cowl
11. Front tire
12. Front bumper
13. Rear cowls
14. Rear bumper
15. Rear tire
17. Volt indicating
19. Light switch key
20. Front light key
21 Functional key
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