It is only obvious that drivers have many different driving positions. One may want to hold the steering wheel the same time as accelerating, while another may want to rest their elbow on the console and use the control with the palm of their hand.
The universal Menox Hand Control
can be installed to both the right and left side of the car. Menox's engineering enables the hand control to be effortlessly adjusted to every individual driver's needs.
Likewise features can be added to the Hand Control at a later date as the driver deems necessary.
The grip can be vertically adjusted 15 cm (6 in) and the shaft can be tilted 95-105 degrees. Each personal adjustment; height of the grip and the right momentum can be achieved for each individual. The range of motion is also amazingly smooth. The power transmission tube allows for the sliding front/back personal adjustments of 7 cm (3 in).
The tube going to the pedals is smartly equipped with a 7 cm (3 in) threaded adjustment. While the ball and fork joint allow for the power transmission tube can be installed as close to the center console as possible. The significance of all of these personal adjustments equal more leg room for the driver.
One of the Menox Hand Controls most appealing solutions is the attachment of the pedals. A car brake pedal may be composed of bent metal or full metal.
Likewise the accelerator pedal can be made of many different materials, from metal to plastic electronic pedals. Therefore the direction in which the accelerator is turned has no effect on the feasibility of attachment. There are dozens of ways in which the brake and gas pedals can be attached, even when bending to the left.
Menox Hand Controls stress reliability. In preparation for providing a durable and high quality product, we have developed our own quality assurance and test programs
along with test apparatus. Also, all Menox parts are rust-free coated, lengthening the devices life span and durability.
Our German importer Petri+Lehr sold our driving device with Multima brand. Our product was therefore the first driving device to receive a demanding TÜV product approval
in the summer of 2003