A hand brake control which is placed by the steering wheel to provide positive braking. Suitable for vehicles with power steering and automatic transmission.
The supplier recommends that the hand controls be installed at their premises to ensure correct installation.
Extra product information
The manual brake control works by pressing on a metal rod adjacent the steering wheel, which then manually pushes on the brake pedal. A manual hill start hold button can be incorporated into the device. By pressing the button the brakes can be locked on while accelerating on a hill start. Switches for horn and indicators can also be fitted. The pedal brake remains independent and can be used conventionally.
Licensing and Insurance Requirements
You are legally required to advise your State licensing authority of any medical condition or disability that may impact on your driving. If not, you risk fines or legal action and your car insurance can be affected. You may need to provide medical reports or undergo driving tests. Modifications to your vehicle must be in line with the Australian safety and design rules. Fitting of wheelchair occupant restraints, child restraints and vehicle hoist ramps must meet relevant Australian Standards. Modifications should be done by suitably qualified vehicle modifiers. You will also need to inform your car insurer of any vehicle modifications. Your policy may become void if you do not do so. Contact the vehicle licensing / registration authority in your State for more information.
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Refer to the supplier and manufacturer manual for maintenance instructions and safety warnings.
Models / Specifications
Model Techno Drive Manual Brake Lever: One model available
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