If you wish to drive your wheelchair accessible vehicle on your own, that is something we can help you with! One of many modifications that can help you to achieve the level of confidence you want is adding hand controls to a wheelchair van. We are proud to offer latest technological solutions when it comes to disabled controls, like:
Hand controls can be used in accessible car, truck, SUV’s or van. Come to Better Life Mobility Centers showroom in Las Vegas, San Diego or Riverside (see all locations we serve ) and see all hand control for cars that we offer. We are United States main and general dealer of Italian sophisticated and high quality disabled drivers controls – Guidosimplex .
Hand Control Types
There are four main hand control types we provide, so you can be sure that you will find the type according to your physical abilities:
Get a Medical Assessment
It is important to be physically ready to drive a mobility vehicle, so you need to get a medical assessment done by a specialist who will determine that you have skills necessary for driving. If you are eligible, you will get a driving license and be able to enjoy your new vehicle!
Go For A Test Drive!
When the installation is done, go for a test drive in order to make sure you are comfortable while using them. Put your safety and the safety of other drivers first!
Safety is of upmost importance and it is our priority. A great amount of safety testing has been performed to guarantee that there are never any uncertainties about Guidosimplex hand control products . Behind the design of every hand control for cars is the thought of usability and minimal intrusion to the vehicle’s operating systems.
Hand Control Service
We stand behind our customers and hand control driving aids, our factory trained and certified technicians will be there for you. Please contact us for a free no obligation mobility consultation via email firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone(888) 540 8267 . We can help you get the most out of your accessible vehicle and live a better life!
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