Hand Controls

We sell, install and service almost all brands of hand controls on the market today including: MPD, Viegel, MPS, Sure-Grip, Wells-Enberg and Menox. With methods such as push-pull, push-rock plus your traditional action hand control. At M.C. Mobility Systems, your safety is our number one concern, that is why all our service technicians are factory trained and certified to install every vehicle hand control and foot control we carry.

Push Rock Hand Controls

Push/Rock hand controls enable the driver to apply the accelerator and brakes by hand. When the upright handle is pushed forward toward the brake pedal the brakes are applied. When the upright handle is rocked rearward toward the user the accelerator is applied. This popular style is a favorite recommendation of many driving evaluators for wheelchair accessible vans or other vehicle conversions, with it's simple and reliable design it has become a very popular style.

Right Angle Hand Controls

Undoubtedly the least fatiguing hand control method available. Through mechanical linkage, the brakes are applied by the forward motion away from the driver toward the brake pedal or dashboard through mechanical linkage. The gas or accelerator is applied by a downward movement toward the driver’s lap and at a right angle to the brake. Designed with a flat handle and accelerator rod that fits behind the dash panel makes it the least intrusive Hand Control on the market today. Available with several handle types. All hand controls we sell include a full warranty on the installation and on the control.

Push Pull Hand Controls

The Push/Pull Hand Control operates by Pushing down toward the floor for brake and pull back for acceleration. Several handle types are available. All hand controls we sell include a full warranty on the installation and on the control.

Right Hand Gas And Brake Control

Operated with your right hand this universal floor-mounted hand control that moves the accelerator and brake pedals to an intuitive hand control; pull for gas and push to brake. Thanks to the advanced design, each control is ergonomic, conforming to a person’s natural hand-wrist-arm motion.

Each hand control handle comes fitted with a hill holder to hold the brake pedal down. In this way hands are freed at traffic lights to change gears or tune the radio. Cruise Control frees the hand reducing muscle fatigue and allowing the driver to concentrate on driving.