Kivi offer a range of ergonomically non-electronic spinner knobs that allows individuals with limited upper limb ability to steer a vehicle with one hand. They are designed to make them easy to grasp particularly for individuals with reduced grip so that they can be used for extended periods of time to allow for driving long distances. They also provide a range of electronic spinner knobs that have buttons to control auxiliary functions of the vehicle such indicators wipers and lights.
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.
- Kivi vehicle adaptions - https://www.kivi-mobilityfreedom.com/products/steering_wheel_holders
Refer to the supplier and manufacturer manual for maintenance instructions and safety warnings.
Models / Specifications
Model PV197 Standard Spinner: PV197 Standard Spinner
Model FV197 Fork Spinner Knob: FV197 Fork Spinner Knob
Model TV197 Tri Spin: TV197 Tri Spin
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