ACCELBIKE II

Multifunction accelerator and brake handle

CATEGORY I Combined acceleration and brake system + additional controls

The new ACCEL BIKE II is a real clustering of electronic technologies into one innovative, intuitive, all-in-one driving aid designed for drivers with restricted leg mobility. The ACCEL BIKE II aid combines manual acceleration and braking as well as a central control joystick.

Designed along the lines of a motorbike handle, ACCEL BIKE II can be mounted to the left or right of the steering wheel and is reliable, safe and ergonomic as well as being very easy to use and makes driving smooth and enjoyable.

> I activate ACCEL BIKE II when starting the engine

I turn the handle to accelerate

> I push the handle horizontally to brake

> I use thumb pressure on the joystick to activate or deactivate 7 possible controls, such as the lights, indicators and wipers…

THE PLUSES

DISCREET

ERGONOMIC

ALL-IN-ONE

 Conformity

  • The system is activated by the driver, when starting the car.
  • Acceleration cuts out when braking is applied.
  • Accelerator pedal is deactivated
  • Original steering wheel controls remain activated.

 INSTALLATION

  • Installation on any vehicle with automatic transmission and an electronic accelerator pedal
  • 2 versions disponibles : avec ou sans joystick
  • Possibilité de dépose et repose (selon compatibilité)

 normes

  • Complies with ECE R10 Rev.5

 The opinion of our customers

Discover our innovative solutions to make driving easier for everyone…

 Surfdis

Transfer plate installed alongside the seat for easy access to the driver’s seat. Practical and sturdy, with a quick lock/lock-release system.

 Stopdis II

Manual braking system activated by pushing horizontally on the lever mounted to the right of the steering wheel, with a brake lock button that frees your hand so you can start the engine.

 ACCEL III

Accelerator system operated by a lever located on either side of the steering wheel to enable smooth and comfortable driving.

 LEFTDIS

Electronic system enabling a left accelerator pedal to be added.

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