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Driving Controls, Adaptive, Nonpowered

Definition : Mechanical devices designed to allow control of various motor vehicle functions (e.g., braking, acceleration) by nonconventional means.

UMDC code : 17832

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Creative Controls Inc

Company Type: Parent

Creative Controls, Incorporated (CCI) is the nation's premier manufacturer of automotive mobility equipment. We have achieved a leadership position in the mobility industry through our commitment to excellence and our dedication to empower the differently abled community with innovative and reliable mobility products.

Drive Master Co Inc

Company Type: Parent

Drive-Master Co. Inc. is the oldest Family Owned and Operated Adaptive Mobility Equipment Dealer in the United States. Our staff has over 3 generations and 280 years of combined experience. Drive-Master is Your Total Mobility Center.

Driving Aids Development Corp

Company Type: Parent

Driving Aids Development Corporation (DADC), we help people with disabilities make the move from apprehension to independence with reliable, attractive and affordable hand controls.

Electronic Mobility Controls

Company Type: Parent

Electronic Mobility Controls, LLC is located in Augusta, Maine and was founded with the single goal of providing individuals with high level disabilities the freedom of mobility. We take great pride in knowing that we can provide unique solutions to your difficult driving control challenges. Our innovative solutions to these challenges have allowed EMC to set industry standards for the world to follow. EMC attributes much of our success to our ability to conquer obstacles with creative design alternatives. All the while, we maintain consumer safety as our primary goal. As an ISO 9001 certified company, we are committed to continual product improvement and have the engineering expertise to ensure that EMC products are recognized as the standard for safety and reliability by which others are judged.

Handicaps Inc

Company Type: Parent

The need for a hand driving control for disabled persons was realized when the originator of Handicaps Inc., Mr. Jerry Kittle was seriously injured in an automobile accident in April, 1954. Mr. Kittle was hospitalized for thirteen months.

The Braun Corp

Company Type: Parent

BraunAbility wheelchair accessible vans and wheelchair lifts provide Driving Freedom. Wherever you need to go – whether it's work, errands, or a family vacation – our complete line of wheelchair vans and wheelchair platform lifts will help you get there.

The Peddle Master

Company Type: Parent

Due to the high price of permanent hand control systems on the market today, Rick Judson, inventor and owner of Peddle Master, created a more versatile, inexpensive, and portable product back in 1991, incorporating it in 1993.

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