The gas and brake. Push in to stop.
Pull down to go
This is a transfer handle. Mel can use it to assist in pulling herself into the car.
This is an extra seat belt attached to the drivers seat belt base. It allows the person to lean out of the car to manipulate the wheelchair prior to pulling the wheelchair across ones body. The driver hooks their arm into this “leaning loop”
The red circle you see is the lever you slide up and down to allow the car to be driven by the foot or the hand controls. Dad had the car on the road using hand controls within 5 minutes
This is a 5 inch high foot rest. The feet need to be supported to increase the persons comfort and stability while driving.
In the lower right hand corner, you see a steering knob. It allows the car to be steered with one hand. It took more arm strength than I imagined to turn the wheel. The bar in the lower left is the gas and brake
Mel was 6 inches to short to see over the steering wheel. This is a 3 inch elevated seat with her 3 inch Roho cushion. Both firmly attached to the drivers seat with velcro.