These accelerators help the drivers with lack of mobility to lower limbs to drive cars with automatic transmission or automatic clutch.
Electronic accelerators are commonly fitted with a mechanical push brake to the side of the wheel to control the vehicle’s braking.
K5 Gas Ring
Accelerator under the steering wheel. Almost invisible and handy, the K5 gives the opportunity to accelerate by either pulling or pushing the ring; the driver can change the driving style, instantly, relating to the road conditions.
K4 Gas Ring
Accelerator under the steering wheel. With the K4 gas ring you can accelerate by pulling the ring toward the steering wheel. This feature makes the ring stroke longer than K5 and gives the acceleration a more gradual calibration.
K0 Gas Ring
Accelerator over the steering wheel. This gas ring is placed over the original wheel of the car and only a very light pressure on the ring is required to accelerate. Easy to use, the K0 can be completely removed for an able-bodied person to drive without hindrances.
Electric Trigger Throttle and Push Brake
The throttle of the vehicle is controlled by the trigger portion of the control handle which can be operated with just a few grams of force giving a light and responsive feel when driving the vehicle.
Over Ring Accelerator
This device gives the end user that “feels familiar” sensation, this solution is mounted directly over the original steering wheel, meaning you maintain that normal driving position “both hands on the steering wheel in the 10 to 2 position”.
Ghost Ring Accelerator
The Ghost is a unique and innovative design, it is the world’s first rotating electronic accelerator, simply rotate to accelerate.
Radial Accelerator and Push Brake
This Mechanical device enables people with a reduced mobility capacity to accelerate and brake in comfort and safety. A downwards radial movement of the handgrip allows the user to accelerate. Pushing the handle forward causes the vehicle to brake.
This slim-line device is easy to hold and easy to use, the T feature slots neatly between your fingers and allows you to maintain your grip on the steering wheel. To achieve acceleration simply push down on the plunger.