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OWNER’S MANUAL GOLF CAR SERIES VERSION :20113001

TABLES OF CONTENTS COLOR OPTIONS............................................................................................... 1 VEHICLE FEATURES........................................................................................ 2 SAFETY INFORMATION.................................................................................. 4 HDK DECLARATION ........................................................................................ 6 IMPORTANT DECALS ...................................................................................... 7 PRE-OPERATIONS............................................................................................. 8 OPERATING INSTRUCTION......................................................................... 11 Brake and Accelerator .................................................................................... 11 Key switch and Indicators .............................................................................. 11 Dash board ....................................................................................................... 12 Light and Horn control................................................................................... 13 ON BOARD CHARGER.................................................................................... 14 Charger’s calibration ...................................................................................... 15 How to program charger without calibration box ....................................... 16 BATTERIES........................................................................................................ 18 TIRES................................................................................................................... 19 VEHICLE MODIFICATIONS ......................................................................... 20 Controller ......................................................................................................... 20 Motor and Rear axle ....................................................................................... 20 Headlights......................................................................................................... 20 Tires .................................................................................................................. 21 Golf cart accessories option ............................................................................ 21 VEHICLE MAINTENANCE ............................................................................ 22 Tools.................................................................................................................. 22 Vehicle maintenance........................................................................................ 23 Chassis maintenance ....................................................................................... 24 Electric components maintenance.................................................................. 26 VEHICLE STORAGE ....................................................................................... 28 SPECIFICATION............................................................................................... 29

COLOR OPTIONS 1 HDK HAS CUSTOMCOLORS AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST. SPECIAL COLORS MAY REQUIRE ADDITIONAL COST.

VEHICLE FEATURES 2

VEHICLE FEATURES 3 EVERY HDK GOLF CART HAS THE HOT-GALVANIZED-DIP CHASSIS. THIS ASSURES YOU “NO RUST FOR 15 YEARS”.

SAFETY INFORMATIONS 4 CHILDREN ARE NOT ALLOWED TO PLAY WITH THE VEHICLE. DO NOT DRIVE THE VEHICLE OVER 25MPH/H. DRIVING O V E R T H E S PE E D L I MI T MAY CAUSE SEVERE INJURY. WHEN MAKING A SHARP LEFT TURN, APPLY THE BRAKE TO LIMIT SPEED. WHEN MAKING A SHARP RIGHT TURN, APPLY BRAKE TO LIMIT SPEED. APPLY THE BRAKE TO LIMIT SPEED WHILE DRIVING ON A STEEPHILL. DO NOT DRIVE VEHICLES ACROSSED SLOPES MORE THAN A 25 DEGREE ANGLE.

SAFETY INFORMATIONS 5 BATTERY POSTS, TERMINALS AND RELATED ACCESSORIES CONTAIN LEAD AND LEAD COMPOUNDS. THESE CHEMICALS ARE KNOWN FOR CAUSING CANCERAND REPRODUCTIVE INJURIES. WASH HANDS AFTER HANDLING ANY BATTERIES. THE BATTERY WILL GENERATE HYDROGEN GAS DURING THE CHARING PROCESS. KEEP SMOKE, EXPLOSIVE MATERIAL AND STATIC ELECTRICITY AWAY FROM THE BATTERY. USE AN ISOLATED WRENCH TO OPERATE ON THE BATTERY IN CASE THE BATTERY SHORT CIRCUITS. SHORT CIRCUITS GENERATE BIG CURRENTS THAT WILL CAUSE INJURY. Grand Safety information The owner’s manual contains important safety information. The following decals should be noticed and followed to prevent future injuries. Indicates the regarding situations- is very important. Indicates the regarding situations- may cause minor injury or other loss. Indicates the regarding situations- may cause death or serious injury.

HDK DECLARATION 6 HDK Vehicles USA, LLC mainly deals with five types of the electric vehicles. Such as the electric golf car, shuttle bus, utility cart, engineer and transportation cart, and special electric cars. Among which is the DEL3022G series of electric golf cars. Our golf car is environmentally friendly and suitable for use on the course, hotels and other business places. All the key components are imported from well-known companies. The car has been designed to take on a new fashion look for electric carts and provides stable performance, flexible control, and comfortable driving. Our golf car is used as people movers or utility cars in vacation villages, villa areas, resort hotels, private residential areas, tourist scenic spots, or any other place where this type of golf car is allowed. The warranty papers are to standardize the after-sale service for export vehicles, settle the claims efficiently, and improve our after- sale service. HDK Electric Vehicles has been dedicated in electric vehicles manufacturing since 2006. HDK customers range from all over the world. HDK Electric Vehicles promises any customer who buys an HDK vehicle, HDK technicians will be always be ready to fix any problems that may arise. We provide splendid quality of after sale service. For more warranty information please read the limited warranty paperwork that customers receive with a purchase of an HDK vehicle.

IMPORTANT DECALS 7Vehicle’s *Vehicle’s serial number Manufacturing year Serial number Vehicles manufactured by HDK Electric Vehicles all have vehicle serial numbers on the left side of the chassis frame. The first four numbers are the manufacturing year of the vehicle. The other five numbers are the vehicle’s serial number given by HDK. All the vehicles are recorded. After the vehicles are sold out of the factory, HDK will track the vehicles by using the vehicle’s serial number as identity. Serial numbers are the insurance warranty of HDK. Customers should be aware of the importance of the vehicle’s serial numbers. *Steering wheel decals DO NOT REMOVE while using the vehicles or during routine maintenance. ② ① ③ ①. Steering wheel ②. HDK decal ③. Vehicle operating instructions decal

IMPORTANT DECALS 8 *Charger’s decals ③ ② ④ ① ①. Charger ②. Charger’s indicating decal ③. Charger’s stage display decal ④. HDK charger’s information decal ⑤. Caution and warning decal ⑤

PRE-OPERATIONS 9 ④ ① Before using t h e vehicle, the batteries should be fully charged. Estimated charging time should be more than 10 hours. ② Check the accelerator pedal. When stepped on and released it should return to its original position with full flexibility. ③ Check the brake pedal. W hen stepped o n it should be flexible and feel firm. W h e n r e l e a s e d , i t should return to its original position with flexibility. Check the tires’ pressure. It should be inflated until the pressure is around 20~23PSL (138kpa~159kpa) Check the signal lights. The brake lights and turning lights should be in proper working condition. Check the reverse beeper. When the direction selecting switch is set at “REV”, it should beep consistently.

PRE-OPERATIONS 10 Check the tires’ surface. Remove any embedded objects you can find. Be sure there are no cracks or other damages to the tires. Defective tires may cause accidents while driving. Check the level of the lubricant in the rear axle. Use a clean stick; stick it into the rear axle and reach the bottom. T a k e it out, check the depth, it should be more than 13cm (1.3L). Pull the steering wheel up and down. Check the tightness of t h e steering wheel. Rotate the steering wheel right and left. Be sure no excessive free play and rattling sound occur. Check the tightness of the battery wiring; make sure all the nuts are solidly tight. Loose nuts and bolts on the battery will cause big sparks while operating. Pre-operations are extremely important, the owners of the vehicle should be aware all the required operations needed to be executed before using the vehicle. The status of the vehicle is very important to the safety of the passengers on board. BE SURE TO DO THE PRE-OPERATION JOB.

OPERATING INSTRUCTION 11*Brake and Accelerator ① ② ③ ① Use the accelerator pedal to control the vehicle’s speed. ② Use the brake pedal to decrease velocity. ③ Use the parking brake to keep car stationary. *Key switch and indicators ⑤ ④ ⑥ ④ Use key switch to turn on the main power. ⑤ Use direction selecting switch to change the vehicle’s moving direction. ⑥ Use the power switch to turn on the vehicle’s power (only 48V systems have the power switch)

OPERATING INSTRUCTION 12 *Dashboard functions ⑧ ⑨ ⑦ ⑩ (7) Dashboard (8) Controls and indicators panel (9) Golf ball holder (10) Bottle holder (11) Tee holder ※NOTES The dashboard is designed according to the usages of the vehicles that are applied on the golf course. Owners should get familiar with the functions that the vehicle has.

OPERATING INSTRUCTION 13 *Lights and horn control Ⅰ Ⅲ Switch assembly Ⅱ Ⅳ Ⅰ. Turn on the right turning lights Ⅱ. Turn on the left turning lights Ⅲ. Horn button Ⅳ. Turn on the headlights Grand information of operation Always use the vehicle in a responsible manner and maintain the vehicle in a safe operating condition. Always read and observe all warnings and operation instruction labels affixed to the vehicle. Always follow all safety rules established in the area where the vehicle is being operated. Always reduce speed to compensate for poor terrain or conditions. Always apply service brake to control speed on steep grades. Always maintain adequate distance between vehicles. Always reduce speed in wet areas. Always use extreme caution when approaching sharp or blind turns. Always use extreme caution when driving over loose terrain. Always use extreme caution in areas where pedestrians are present.

ON-BOARD CHARGER 14 *On-board charger 1 Red LED steady on: error occurred 2 Orange LED flashing: Low AC voltage 3 Red LED & Green LED flashing alternately(slow):<80% Charger 4 Red LED & Green LED flashing alternately(frequently):≥ 80% Charger 5 Green LED steady on : battery fully charged Ⅰ. Charger’sSpecifications ⅰ. Charging display process TRE BUL CONSTANT VOLTAGE ⅱ. LED display HDK Charger is highly intellective; charger can be calibrated to be 36V or 48V. The chargers have electronic protection, auto-reset, and electronic current limit. FLOAT CHARGE FULLY CHARGED Charger’s calibrations and malfunction solutions ⅰ. Alert and error display Code Reason Solving method E01 No charging function. Inspect if the connecting terminals are in proper connection Battery temperature is too high or too low. Check if the battery temperature is in the range of-10℃-50℃ E02 No battery connection; battery voltage too high or too low. Inspect if the battery voltage is in the range (48:12V to 55.2V/36V:9V to 41.4V).In-charging display E02, 48V battery mode, battery voltage is above 67.2;In 36V battery mode, battery voltage is above 50.4V. E03 Battery is not fully charged for long time (overtime charging) Inspect if the battery connecting terminals are loose or rusted E04 Battery cannot have TRE charging, charging to the least normal voltage. That means voltage unable to be charged in. Inspect if the battery is shorted or individual battery cell damaged E05 Charger internal temperature high Ensure that surrounding temperature is not too high , and ventilation is good , and the charger should be turned off . E06 Charger internal damage Turn off the charger and send it to service dept. for repairing E07 Grid power low Inspect the grid power RL1 Grid power alert Inspect the grid power

ON-BOARD CHARGER 15 *On-board charger ⅱ. Charger’scalibration BEFORE CHARGING, THE HDK ON BOARD CHARGER HAS TO BE STRICTLY CALIBRATED TO THE CORRECT CODE WHICH IS DESIGNED FOR A SPECIFIC BATTERY TYPE. PROGRAM CODE CONTRAST TABLE 48V36V BATTERY 48V 36V BATTERY b01b51 Trojan flooded b15 b65 Trojan T875 b02b52 Trojan T105 flooded b16 b66 Us 2000 flooded b03b53 Discover 80-150AH AGM b17 b67 US2200 flooded b04b54 Discover AGM b18 b68 Us 250hc flooded b05b55 US battery flooded b19 b69 6TB-170AGM b06b56 Trojan 30XHS b20 b70 Generic 140-200Ah AGM b08b58 Trojan J305 b21 b71 Generic 200-250 Ah AGM b09b59 Generic 200-255 Ah flooded b22 b72 Generic 250-335 Ah AGM b11b61 Trojan 1275 b26 b76 Generic 140-200Ah flooded ①b13b63 Trojan T605 b27 b77 Generic 250-335Ah flooded b14b64 12TB-115AGM b28 b78 Generic 400Ah flooded Operation illustration Ⅰ. Inspection of the charger acquiescent charging category Entering display charge category mode: ⅰ. Disconnect AC input wires. ⅱ. Disconnect between the charger output and battery. ⅲ. A. When AC input is connected the display will show the program revision. After around 5 seconds later, it will show the charger output voltage and complete the self-inspection process. B. Display continues to show b01 10 seconds, exit the acquiescent charging mode, display shows E02. ⅳ. Disconnect AC in put wires. If there is need to change the charging category setting, the positive (Red)/negative (Black) terminals of the output wires should be connected to the battery positive (Red)/negative (Black) terminals. After connecting the grid power, the charger can start charging the battery code. ⅴ. Turn on the power of the calibration box ,press button “+ “to increase code number , press “-“ to decrease the code number ;until to the right code of the battery . Press “SAVE” button to save the setting, the code display will flash after save the setting.

① ② Connect the negative output ①Plug the charger to the grid power, t h e c h a r g e r ②will display “E02. terminal to the batteries terminal pole. Use the positive terminal to touch the batteries’ positive to change the charger’s code. BE SURE THE OUTPUT TERMINALS DO NOT HAVE ANY CONTACT BEFORE PLUGGING THE CHARGER TO GRID POWER. Operation illustration Ⅰ. Enter the battery selection mode (batteries are not connected to charger); Ⅱ. When the display shows the default charging category, charger output wire negative terminal (black/white wire) c o n n e c t s to battery negative terminal. Use the charger output wire positive ring terminal to touch the battery positive terminal for 3 seconds (+/-0.5 second).Remove the ring terminal. The display shows addition of the battery category (eg. b01 adding to b02.Remark: If the charger output wire positive ring terminal is removed, the display shows the battery charging category without addition. this illustrate that the touching time is not suff icient for 3 seconds. Please repeat the operation); Ⅲ. If this continues to increase, steps 2 should be repeated (remark: if the operation stop time exceeds 30 seconds during the operation process, the display will show E02. Please did connect the grid power until nothing shown on display .then connect to grid power again and repeat the setting); Ⅳ. If the current setting needs to be stored, the charger output wire positive ring terminal should be used to touch the battery positive terminal for more than 10 seconds. When the replay activation sound is heard and the display flashes ,then the new setting is successfully stored; Ⅴ. Disconnect the grid power until nothing shown on the display. Then, re-connect the grid power, and inspect if the charger charging category is correct. Ⅵ. After inspection confirms correct, the grid power should be disconnected until nothing shown on display. The charger output wire positive terminal (red) should be properly connected to the battery positive terminal. Then connect to the grid power, and start charging.

ON-BOARD CHARGER 17 ONLY PROFESSIONAL PERSONS ARE ALLOWED TO CONDUCT THE ADJUSTING OR REPAIRS ON CHARGER. ANYONE WHO HAS NO EXPERIENCE ON ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS MAINTENANCE IS NOT ALLOWED TO OPERATE ON THE CHARGER. UNREQUIED OPERATIONS ON THE CHARGER MAY CAUSE ELECTRIC SHOCK, MAY LEAD TO DEATH. DO NOT OPEN UP THE CHARGER. ANY ATTEMPTIONS TO TRY TO REPAIR THE DEFECT CHARGER SHOULD BE UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF A DEALER OR MANUFACTURER’S TECHNICIAN. USE THE CHARGER ONLY WITH AN ALGORITHM SELECTED THAT IS APPROPRIATE TO THE SPECIFIC BATTERY TYPE. OTHER USAGE MAY CAUSE PERSONAL INJURY AND DAMAGE. LEAD ACID BATTERIES MAY GENERATE EXPLOSIVE HYDROGEN GAS DURING NORMAL OPERATION. KEEP SPARKS, FLAMES, AND SMOKING MATERIALS AWAY FROM THE BATTERIES. PROVIDE ADEQUATE VENTLIATION DURING CHARGING. NEVER CHARGE A FROZEN BATTERY. BATTERIES’ CAPS SHOULD BE REMOVED WHILE CHARGING. RISK OF THE ELECTRIC SHOCK: CONNECT CHARGER POWER CORD TO AN OUTLET THAT HAS BEEN PROPERLY ISTALLED AND GROUNDED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL LOCAL CODES AND ORDINANCES. A GROUND OUTLET IS REQUIRED TO REDUCE RISK OF THE ELECTRIC SHOCK. DO NOT USE GROUND ADAPTERS OR MODIFY PLUG. DO NOT TOUCH UNINSULATED PORTION OF THE OUTPUT CONNECTOR OR UNINSULATED BATTERY TERIMALS CHILDREN SHOULD BE SUPERVISED TO ENSURE THAT THEY DO NOT PLAY WITH THE APPLIANCE. ※NOTES HDK on-board charger is specially designed for HDK vehicles. The charger’s working voltage range from 85V~265V, working frequency range from 45HZ ~65HZ. Customers from all over the world can use HDK on-board without any changes. HDK on-board charger can be operated in the temperature -30℃~+50℃ (-22℉~122℉), which allows HDK on-board chargers to be used in most circumstances.

BATTERIES 18 Trojan flooded Trojan T875 Us 2000 flooded Discover 80-150AH AGM US2200 flooded Discover AGM Us 250hc flooded US battery flooded 6TB-170AGM Trojan 30XHS Generic 140-200Ah AGM Trojan J305 Generic 200-250 Ah AGM Generic 200-255 Ah flooded Generic 250-335 Ah AGM Trojan 1275 Generic 140-200Ah flooded Trojan T605 Generic 250-335Ah flooded 12TB-115AGM Generic 400Ah floodedSystem Battery QTY(PCS) Single battery voltage(V) 36V 6 6 48V 6 8 48V 8 6 ⅰ. The exterior of the battery, the connection wires and bolts should be kept clean and dry. If there is electrolyte outside the battery, please clean with dry cotton cloth first, then wash with water and finally wipe up. (while cleaning, do not allow any cleaning solution or water to get inside the battery, to avoid leakage and increasing self-discharge, clean with baking soda and water only). ⅱ. The connection of the battery should always be kept in good condition. Please check if any battery cable terminal or nut has become loose periodically in order to prevent any sparking or damage to terminals . ⅲ. Do not place any object on the battery and do not connect the positive pole to the negative pole. This may cause a short circuit, damage to the battery or injury to your body. ⅳ. The battery should be recharged fully when not in use. Any delay on the re-charging will cause negative effect on the battery. ⅴ The evaporation and electrolyzing of the water will cause the density of electrolyte of the battery increased and the liquid surface decrease, especially in hot weather. Therefore check the distilled water or the attenuated sulfuric acid for lead-acid battery with density of 1.40 to adjust the electrolyte to meet the density of the 1.28, the surface should be flat with highest level then continue to charge0.5-1 hour in order to make the internal uniform. ⅵ. Any impurities are not allowed to enter the battery. Keep the apparatus clean for adding water to avoid the impurities to be fallen into the battery. ⅶ. When driving, the driver shall be always be aware of the drop level the battery power from the batteries’ capacity indicator .the driver shall estimate the distance needed to be taken, and recharge the battery at a proper time in case that the car cannot get back to the recharging station in time for recharging . ⅷ. If the golf car is going to be kept unused for a period of time, the battery shall be fully charged before put away. After that ,the battery fully recharged every month ,until the charger turn off automatically ⅸ. During charging, the car shall be parked in a well-ventilated area with the fill caps open. Keep car far away from any frame and sparks and avoid any explosion or fire that could cause physical injury or damage to the property. ⅹ. Once charged the cap should be kept tightly covered. *HDK vehicle battery connection Batteries HDK vehicles can apply ②Trojan T105 flooded ① Batteries loaded on HDK vehicles, according to different configurations, customers who purchase HDK vehicles can choose different batteries (figure② Are the batteries available). The batteries are connected in series circuit pattern:

TIRES 19 ① ② ③ *Vehicle Tires’ tread For different circumstances the vehicle being used, different tire treads are optional, t h e standard tires HDK vehicles have are turf tires. FIGURE ① STANDARD TREAD FIGURE ② PREMIUM TREAD FIGURE ③ EXTRA TRACTION FOR ATTACHING THE MAXIUM PEFORMANCE THE TIRES SHOULD ALWAYS BE CHOOSEN ACCORDING TO THE CIRCUMSTANCES THE VEHICLE MOSTLY BEEN USED. ① Front hub ② Brake drum CROSS-SEQUENCE ③ Dust cover ① ③ ④ Dust cover seal While fastening the wheel nuts, one should always keep it in a cross-sequence .To attach the perfect tight situation. ④ ② Tubeless tire cautions 1. Clean both tire beads to remove dirt or other object. 2. Where the tire beads seat, clean the wheel rim with a wire brush 3. Apply plenty of tire mounting lubricant (soap and solution) to both beads and rim flanges 4. Install the tire on the rim from the valve stem side .if there is no tire machine available, use a rubber mallet and tire iron 5. Remove the valve core and position tire so that both beads are on the rim flange narrow bead seats 6. Quickly remove the air nozzle and install the valve core 7. Adjust the tire, keep the air pressure between 3.5-4.0MP, immerse the tire into water to make sure there are no leaks

VEHICLE MODIFICATIONS 20 1. *VEHICLE PERFORMANCE REMODIFICATION Ⅰ. Controller adjustment For attaching different speed performance or regenerative brake effect; The ramp climbing ability or low speed cruising pattern performance re-modification all can be done by changing the controller’s parameter settings. Ask dealer or manufacturer for specific information about remodify the controller parameters. ONLY TRAINED PERSON ARE ALLOWED TO REMODIFY CONTROLLER PARAMETER SETTINGS. ANY INPROPER SETTING CHANGES MAY CAUSE SEVERE DAMAGES TO THE VEHICLE OR JEOPARDISE PASSENGERS SAFTY. Ⅱ. Motor and Rear axle The motor and rear axle’s performance are fixed when the customer buys it from dealer. The rated power and torque capability are limited due to the vehicle’s configuration. For attaching different torque and power performances, customer can choose different motors or rear axles as options to remodify the vehicle configurations. MOTOR OPTIONS; 3kw/4kw/5kw REAR AXLE OPTIONS (SORTED BY RATIOS): 10.25:1 / 12.49:1 ONLY PERSONS WHO HAVE E X P E R I E N C E W I T H REAR AXLE AND MOTOR MAINTENANCES ARE ALLOWED TO CONDUCT MODIFICATIONS. Ⅲ. Headlights’ bulbs For change the luminance of headlights, customer can choose different rated power bulbs as options. The maximum rated power for headlights bulbs are 60 W. The maximum rated power for turning light bulbs is 15W.

VEHICLE MODIFICATIONS 21 c Ⅰ Ⅱ Ⅲ I. Turf tire Ⅱ. Off road tire Ⅲ. Extra traction 1. Clean both tire beads to remove dirt or other object. 2. Where the tire beads seat, clean the wheel rim with a wire brush. 3. Apply plenty of tire mounting lubricant (soap and solution) to both beads and rim flanges. 4. Install the tire on the rim from the valve stem side. If there is no tire machine available ,use a rubber mallet and tire iron 5. Remove the valve core and position tire so that both beads are on the rim flange narrow bead seats 6. Quickly remove the air nozzle and install the valve core 7. Adjust the tire ,keep the air pressure between 3.5-4.0MP,immerse the tire into water to make sure there are no leaks Ⅲ. Vehicle tires Ⅲ. Golf cart accessories option Ⅳ Ⅴ Ⅵ Ⅳ. Cool box Ⅱ. Golf ball washer Ⅲ. Aluminum box

VEHICLE MAINTENANCE 22 Ⅰ. Tools ① ② ③ ④ ⑤ ⑥ ⑦ ⑧ ⑨ ⑩ ① Wrenches ② Retaining ring pliers’ ③ Battery fluid injection tool faucet ④ Tire air inflating tool ⑤ Hydrometer ⑥ Lubricant can ⑦ Charger’s calibration box ⑧ Multimeter ⑨ Tape measure ⑩ Jack ※NOTES All the maintenance tools are available from hardware stores.

VEHICLE MAINTENANCE 23 . Ⅱ. Vehicle maintenance Always: • Maintain the vehicle in accordance with the manufacturer’s periodic service schedule. • Ensure that repairs are performed by those that are trained and qualified to do so. • Follow the manufacturer’s maintenance procedures for the vehicle. Be sure to disable the vehicle before performing any maintenance. Disabling includes removing the key from the key switch and removal of a battery wire. • Insulate any tools used within the battery area in order to prevent sparks or battery explosion caused by shorting the battery terminals or associated wiring. Remove the batteries or cover exposed terminals with an insulating material. • Check the polarity of each battery terminal and be sure to rewire the batteries correctly. • Use specified replacement parts. Never use replacement parts of lesser quality. • Use recommended tools. • Determine that tools and procedures not specifically recommended by the manufacturer will not compromise the safety of personnel nor jeopardize the safe operation of the vehicle. • Support the vehicle using wheel chocks and jack stands. Never get under a vehicle that is supported by a jack. Lift the vehicle in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions. • Maintain the vehicle in an area away from exposed flame or persons who are smoking. • Be aware that a vehicle that is not performing as designed is a potential hazard and must not be operated. • Test drive the vehicle after any repairs or maintenance. All tests must be conducted in a safe area that is free of both vehicular and pedestrian traffic. • Replace damaged or missing warning, caution or information labels. • Keep complete records of the maintenance history of the vehicle. The manufacturer cannot anticipate all situations, therefore people attempting to maintain or repair the vehicle must have the skill and experience to recognize and protect themselves from potential situations that could result in severe personal injury or death and damage to the vehicle. Use extreme caution and, if unsure as to the potential for injury, refer the repair or maintenance to a qualified mechanic.

VEHICLE MAINTENANCE 24 ⅰ. Chassis maintenance Check the dust-proof caps on steering gear box, the caps are supposed to be tight on the two terminal ends. Loose caps will let water and dust into the gear box, cause the gears rusting. Add lubricant to mechanical joint parts, the vehicle should be kept in good turning and operating functions. To attach that one should add lubricant to needed parts every one month. Check the tires every time use the vehicle. The tires should be inflated with enough air. The air pressure should with normal level. Check the tire chapter for more specific information of tire inflation. FLAT TIRE MAY CAUSE UNSTABLE STEERING FUNCTION WHILE DRIVING. Check the tires every use of the vehicle; remove embedded objects or metal items away from tire surface. If the tire has embedded objects on the surface, it will lead to excessive noises from tire while driving or tire internal air leaking.

VEHICLE MAINTENANCE 25 Check the lubricant capacity of rear axle. Low lubricant capacity may cause damages to rear axle cams or make excessive noises. Maintenance period: change the lubricant of rear axle every 6 month. Clear the brake shoes surface, all the brake shoes shed dust and should be cleaned out in periodic time. Shred dust may cause mechanical malfunctions of brake. Use a compressed air to blow the dust out. Maintenance period: one time per month. Check the brake shoes worn out conditions, if it is extremely worn out (1/3 left), then the brake shoes need to be replaced with a new one DO N O T DRIVE T H E V E H I C L E W I T H P O O R BRAKES. Check the bearings inside of front hub, the hubs should have enough lubricated grease. Maintenance period: one per 6 month.

VEHICLE MAINTENANCE 26 ⅱ. Electric components maintenance Check the headlight backing rubber caps, the caps should always be kept on tightly. Otherwise water or dust may enter into the headlight chambers. It will cause halogen bulbs to burn down easily and vague vision of headlights. Maintenance period: One time per week Keep LED rear lights waterproof, keep the cover lid tight, keep dust and water out of LED light assembly. Dense humidity or water may cause LED diodes to burn down. DO NOT LOAD LED LIGHTS WITH HIGH VOLTAGES. Keep the controller from water, water may cause short circuit. If water enters into controller, the vehicle may run unintentionally after turning on the power switch. DO NOT SPLASH WATER ON THE CONTROLLER INTENTIONALLY WHILE WASHING THE VEHICLE. Check fluid level before and after charging , electrolyte should be at least 1/2”(13mm)above the plates and 1/4” tp3/8”(6 to 10mm) below bottom of the vent . NEVER CHARGE BATTERY WITH LITTLE ELECTROLYTES, IT MAY CAUSE OVERHEATED OR EVEN EXPLOSION!

VEHICLE MAINTENANCE 27 Use a hydrometer to check the specific gravity of the battery fluid in each cell. Fluid density ranges from different values in different periods of battery usage. Maintenance period: One time per 10 months Use a injection faucet to inject distilled water into the battery when the battery doesn’t have enough capacity of battery fluid. Maintenance period: One time per 6 months Always remember to take precautions while conducting any operations on batteries or handling batteries. Wear gloves to protect person from acid corrosion. Wear glasses to protect person from acid splash. Always remember to wash hands after handling batteries or touchbattery’s cap and battery terminals.

VEHICLE STORAGE 28 If the vehicle is put away for storage for long time; certain things need to be done to prevent vehicle from malfunctions or other loss. Please always follow the methods shown below. Ⅰ Ⅱ Ⅲ Ⅰ. Keep vehicle in dry and ventilated place, keep it out of the rain. Ⅱ. Remember to charge the batteries fully before putting away the vehicle. Ⅲ. Disassemble the connection cables between batteries and controller.

SPECIFICATION 29 Parameter Type DEL 3022G Series Electric Golf Cart DEL 3022G DEL 3022G2Z DEL 3042G DEL 3042G2Z DEL 3062G DEL3062G2Z Passenger capacities 2 4 4 6 6 8 Dimension (mm) (L×W×H) 2350×1180× 1780 2610×1180× 1780 3100×1180× 1780 3360×1180× 1780 4900×1180× 1780 5160×1180× 1780 Range (based on flat road at a speed of 20 km/h) (km/h) 80 75 70 65 60 60 Maximum speed (gear ratio of 12.49:1/gear ratio of 10.25;1) (km/h) 20/29 20/29 20/28 20/28 20/28 20/28 Maximum grade ability 30% 28% 25% 22% 20% 20% Minimum turning diameter (m) 3.1 3.1 4.3 4.3 5.5 6.8 Brake distance (V=20km/h) ≤ 3.5m ≤ 3.8m ≤ 4.0m ≤ 4.0 ≤ 4.5m ≤ 4.5m Minimum distance from floor(mm) 110 110 110 110 110 110 Noise (db) 63 63 63 63 63 63 All specs and parameters are approximate only and may vary

SPECIFICATION 30 Max slope accessing angle Max ramp angle

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HDK Vehicles USA, LLC. 2112 First Street Rosenberg TEXAS 77471 Tel: 281-342-1040 Fax: 281-342-6432 Email: inquiries@hdkusa.com Website: www.hdkusa.com

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