The Sure Grip Push/Pull hand control utilizes a short stroke design for acceleration. The hand controls the main body, and brake rod, are stationary when the accelerator is applied. The pivot point for the Sure Grip control is on the left-hand side of the wheel, and only the handle moves. This stationary main body and brake rod improves leg and lap room requires fewer dash modifications during install and provides a much smoother drive.
To operate simply push towards the dash for brake and pull directly back towards you for acceleration.
Increased leg and lap room
The Sure Grip short stroke design means that only the handle of the control moves while applying throttle. This guarantees you can achieve full acceleration without the control impeding the driver's lap.
Greater two-handed contact with the steering wheel
Due to the shortened stroke of the handle, the driver’s hand is never too far away from the steering wheel, allowing for two hand driving.
Limited modifications to the vehicle's dash
The stationary brake rod, during acceleration, on Sure Grips Push Right Angle hand controls limits the number of dash modifications required during installation.
All Sure Grip’s traditional hand controls come standard with a lockout mechanism. The lockout is an added safety feature for the driver or those that share the vehicle. By simply sliding a lever, the accelerator function of the hand control can be disabled. This helps prevent accidents through misuse of the control by mechanics, valets or any other unqualified user
In addition to the benefits enjoyed as a result of the stationary main body, drivers will also appreciate the other features that Sure
Grip’s Push Right/Angle offers including:
Less strain on fingers and thumb
Cognitively easy hand control to drive with0
Superior pedal feel, with constant acceleration and no “dead spots”
Lower fatigue while driving
Q: Can this control be installed in any vehicle?
A: We’ve been at this for 30 years and we have not yet run into a car, truck, van or anything else that we can’t put our hand controls into.
Q: Can they be transferred from one vehicle to another?
A: Yes. However, while the control itself is universal, differences in vehicles may require you to purchase replacement parts in order to transfer them.