Hand Controls

Hand controls enable an automatic car to be driven without using the foot pedals. Hand controls are commonly used in conjunction with steering aids, allowing the driver to steer using the left hand, while operating the acceleration and braking using the right hand. With each of the following systems the car can still be driven using the pedals and standard controls.

Push/Pull Brake Accelerator

Push/Pull Brake Accelerator

A True Driving Experience
Designed for drivers who are unable to operate the foot pedals, this adaptation allows a driver to operate the brake and accelerator by hand using a push/pull single lever.

Using precision components and axial roller bearings, the Push/Pull Brake Accelerator offers the driver unrivalled smooth and responsive operation.

Integral Indicator Switch
Indicator SwitchHand controls are available with an integral indicator switch in the handle. When driving with hand controls, your right hand will be operating the brake/accelerator lever and your left hand will be required for steering, therefore you may find it difficult to operate the indicators with the vehicle’s standard indicator stalk.

Carospeed

Carospeed

The Carospeed is a universal floor-mounted hand control that moves the accelerator and brake pedals to an intuitive hand control; pull to accelerate and push to brake.

Each Carospeed comes fitted with a hill holder to hold the brake pedal down. In this way hands are freed at traffic lights to change gears or tune the radio. Cruise control is an optional extra and its set function is activated using the same button as the hill-holder.

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