Vehicle hand controls operate the gas and break pedal for drivers that are physically disabled.
What kinds of vehicle hand controls are there?
Portable hand controls are easy to install and un-install. They are levers that attach to the accelerator and brake pedals, allowing them to be pushed by hand. This product is available from companies like QuicStick and Peddle Master.
Cars can be modified to customize your driving controls. This includes mechanical levers operated by a push-pull motion, as well as spinner knobs or rings, and high tech electronic hand controls. In addition to acceleration and braking, you can adjust the placement of controls for things like your turn signals and trunk opener.
Mobility Works can help you find a Certified Driver Rehabilitation Specialist (CDRS) near you.
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