Steering adaptations

Infrared controls to operate the vehicles secondary controls, steering aids, wireless controls.

  • Infrared Controls

    An infrared system allows you to operate up to 18 of the disabled vehicles secondary controls such as indicators, wipers, horn, lights, and much more. A handset fitted with a steering aid is mounted to the steering wheel enabling finger tip operation of the vehicles secondary functions. These devices prove especially useful when steering the vehicle with one hand, and are fitted with a release mechanism allowing the controls to be removed quickly and easily if necessary.

  • Steering Aids

    These devices are designed to aid one handed steering and are fitted directly to the steering wheel enabling you to turn it with ease. Available in various shapes and sizes and customisable grips including a glove or peg fitting. They are also available with an optional quick release mechanism enabling easy removal for vehicles with different drivers. A steering aid can be used in conjunction with hand controls or on its own.


  • Wireless Controls

    You can now operate up to 18 controls across the car. The lollipop grip is a great new alternative to the standard steering ball style control. Simple to use, it is easily gripped and has a soft touch design that greatly increases driver comfort. All our grips are quick release designs that are easily removed from the wheel.

  • Reversing Camera and Monitor

    An LCD monitor integrated into your rear-view mirror can display an image from a camera fitted into your bumper. You no longer need to rely on just your wing mirrors, with this system you will have a wider field of vision, which will give a much better vision than side mirrors. This type of camera can help you to avoid damage to your vehicle when reversing into tight spaces.