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
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.
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.