Class Information for Fall 2019: PREVENTATIVE GOLF CART MAINTENANCE, 6:00-8:00pm, Wednesday, November 6, Automotive restoration Building (F168)
It’s not too late to learn how your golf cart operates or what is telling you each time you hear a strange noise or its not running to full potential (gas or electric). Larry will take you through the steps on how to take care of your golf cart and keep it running in tip top shape with full belief that preventive maintenance is much less costly than paying for repairs. You will have an opportunity to ask questions along the way to help you understand and get the most out of taking this class. Topics covered will include basic maintenance, accessories/parts, where you can get your work done, what to when you first get back in town and what to do before you leave, golf cart safety and the latest trends in golf cart design. Instructor Larry Jones has been teaching since 1988 in the Navy as an Engineering Quality Assurance Supervisor and as an Aircraft firefighting instructor at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island Washington. After retirement he taught classes to new apprentice machinists on how to build aircraft at Boeing. Larry has been in sales and management of several golf cart companies with expertise in maintaining, building and repairing golf cars in both gas and electric models.