See Chassis Lab Electric Car Kit at Green California Schools Summit November 6-7, Pasadena Convention Center

See Electric Auto Shop’s Chassis Lab Electric Car Kit at the Green California Schools Annual Summit, Wednesday and Thursday, November 6-7, 2013 at the Pasadena Convention Center, Booth 301.

Visitors to Electric Auto Shop’s booth have a chance to view an assembled Chassis Lab “Switch” 3-wheeler and meet Peter Oliver, one of the developers.

Chassis Lab ™ provides a hands on electric vehicle program. Based on curriculum developed by adjunct faculty at Santa Rosa Junior College, students build a functional electric vehicle from the wheels up. Step by step instructions (text and video), lectures, learning centers, problem sets and tests are provided and training for instructors is available. Designed for grades 9th and up, Chassis Lab is a 16-week course taught and assembled in the automotive lab/shop and classroom.


The goal of the course is to educate high school, vocational, college, and technical school students about the design, construction, and viability of electric vehicles.  The course involves assembly of an electric vehicle drivetrain (provided with course) into the Chassis Lab vehicle (provided with course).  The resulting vehicle is a pure drive electric vehicle (EV). Learn More


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