Adaptive driving specialist, BAS, has launched a new piece of equipment that pitches itself as a safer solution to other products on the market.
BAS’s push/pull brake and accelerator will go on sale in January and will be sold through Motability dealers.
Currently, around 90% of push/pull brake and accelerators on the market are restricted by a pre-determined fixed steering wheel.
Most also require a car’s airbag to be removed or disconnected for the solution to be installed.
But BAS have engineered a new design concept where customer safety is prioritised.
The new design allows for full movement of the steering wheel, allowing each driver to set the wheel at the best and safest driving position for them.
In addition to this there are a range of handles and handle bars to choose from, ensuring a bespoke driving experience for customers.
Furthermore, the new design means that the vehicle’s airbags are never removed or interfered with. The positioning of the push/pull solution is such that if the airbag is deployed, the driver’s safety is not compromised.
Also, the new design means that most vehicles do not need any cutting or reshaping of trim or components unlike many similar products.