Dadc 500 Push Pull Hand Control

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The DADC 500 Push Pull is a hand control designed for use by individuals with mobility disabilities, spinal cord injury, or upper extremity disabilities, including limited range of motion or hand strength. The user pulls the handle to control the accelerator and pushes it to apply the brakes. Designed for drivers who like the traditional push/pull handle, the DADC 500 Push Pull is vacuum assisted and requires only a light touch to operate. The full range of motion from idle to full throttle is less than two inches. The DADC 500 Push Pull fits a wide range of vehicles with little or no cutting to the dashboard, and its self-lubricating components eliminate maintenance and squeaks. Pedals and cruise control remain fully functional when the hand control is installed. It mounts on the either side of the steering wheel. All fasteners and major parts are made of high-strength stainless steel. It can be tailored with a mix of metal, wood or paint to compliment any car's interior.


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Dadc 500 Push Pull Hand Control

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Driving Aids Development Corp.
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