This steering wheel spinner solution, which can be positioned on the right or left, features five different types of adjustable spinner knobs. It has been designed to match the needs of drivers with hand functional impairments.
The adaptive design of the five different spinner knob types, can best leverage the residual abilities of the user, for a secure hold in every situation.
If not in use, the spinners can be removed from their fastening system by means of a quick release device.
The spinner components can be washed, thus ensuring secure hold even after several uses.
Smooth braking is driven by a soft push forward movement while a rotary movement accelerates the vehicle. A horn and a lever locking system with mechanical or electrical adaptations are integrated in the device.
Adaptable to a variety of needs, the single-lever can be lowered with a simple release system. Vertical fastening leaves steering wheel adjustments and safety equipment unaffected. To ensure an optimum and secure grip on the single lever, two types of spinners can be fitted to the single lever, matching the driver’s needs.
AFDAV ACC, with restraining handle, suitable for preventing the hand from slipping sideways.
AFDAV PAL, with a more wraparound handle, supplied with wrist support, suitable for those with limited gripping strength.
Electronic accelerator and brake with slide rail. The device is fitted to the right or left of the driving position without affecting the appearance or operation of the vehicle standard equipment. After activating the joystick, simply move it forward or backward to operate the accelerator and brake, as with powered wheelchairs.
The device can be combined with various types of handles for easy joystick operation, adapted to match the driver’s needs.
The Auxiliary Control range includes the possibility to operate all the vehicle secondary controls (direction indicators, horn, lights, front/rear wipers...) using buttons integrated in the passenger compartment.
They can be inserted into the headrest, applied to the door, on an armrest (original or new), so that the user can operate them quickly and intuitively without taking their eyes off the road while driving and without altering the aesthetic look of the cabin. Directly interfaced to the car electronics, they are compatible with all the electronic features of new car models.