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    Our team of experts are continuously participating with the ongoing education of the industries leading adaptive driving equipment companies. With that knowledge comes experience, from mechanical hand controls, electronic (hi-tech) hand controls, steering devices, to pedal accessories. When it comes to driving with a physical disability and driver safety, we access each clients specific need, working directly with the most reliable mobility companies to make each client driving as comfortable and safely as possible. Here are examples of some of the more common adaptive equipment used in our evaluation vehicles. 

Mechanical Hand Controls

MPS Push/ Right Angle

The most popular and least fatiguing hand control.

  • The brakes are applied by the forward motion away from the driver and the gas or accelerator is applied by a downward movement toward the driver’s lap.

MPS Push/ Pull

  • Push down toward the floor for brake and pull back for acceleration.

MPS Push/


  • Push forward toward the brake pedal the brakes. When rocked rearward toward the user the accelerator is applied. It also comes with Accelerator lock-out feature for added safety.

Stationary floor-mounted single lever both gas and brake..

  • Use your right hand to pull the handgrip to accelerate, and push it to brake.


Electronic Hand Controls

GTS Accelerator Ring

Electronic accelerator ring mounted on top of your steering wheel.

  • Push any point of the ring to accelerate. Acceleration is cut whenever hard braking is applied.


All in one accelerator and mechanical brake.

  • Rotate the end of the lever down to accelerate and push to brake.


Electronic accelerator and mechanical brake.

  • Press trigger for acceleration and depress trigger and push forward to brake.

Steering Devices


Small removable keypad that attaches to the steering wheel to give your finger tips control of 11 features.

  • Control headlight, high beams, windshield wipers, signal lights, horn, ext.

  • The most popular choice to ease the challenge of steering.

Spinner Knob

  • For drivers that can not open their hand fully.

Single Pin

  • For drivers with moderate gripping strength.


  • For drivers with minimal gripping strength and/or reduced wrist stability.


  • A great alternative to the Tri-Pin; for clients that do not require wrist support.

Palm Grip

  • For drivers with a Prosthetic hook

Amputee Ring


Left Foot Accelerator Pedal

Left Foot Accelerator Pedal with Pedal Guard allows the driver to accelerate with the left foot.

Accelerator/ Brake Guard

To guard against inadvertent contact with the vehicle accelerator and brake pedal.

  • Quick Release function makes easy removal for able bodied persons.

Pedal Extentions

To extend the accelerator and brake pedal as needed. 

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