Hand Controls are divided into electric or mechanical hand controls. With electric hand controls usually using a combination of joysticks and levers. Whereas, mechanical hand controls usually include push or rotary controls.
Hand Controls - this technology comes in two segments: Primary and Secondary Controls. Primary controls operate the gas, brake and steering functions. Products are usually combinations of joysticks and levers. Secondary controls operate all other vehicle functions. Products include voice activated controls, touch pads and power headrests.
Push Pull Control - Slows the vehicle when pushed toward the floor and accelerates the vehicle when pulled toward the driver.
Push Right Angle Pull Hand Control - Slows the vehicle when pushed toward the instrument panel and accelerates the vehicle when pulled downward at a right angle.
Push Twist Control - Accelerates the vehicle when twisted and slows the vehicle when pushed toward the floor.
Quad Hand Controls - Consists of an extra L-shaped bracket attached to the hand controls.
Push/Rotary Control - Slows the vehicle when pushed forward and accelerates the vehicle when rotated backward.
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