Normally, a vehicle is controlled by pushing the accelerator and brake pedals; But this “normally” does not mean that this is the only way to do it.
Hand control must be appropriate to your need; They are usually positioned to the left of the steering wheel and sometimes to the right. Several models are available on the market; The most common being Sure-Grip, (push / rock, push / right angle or push / pull); Veigel (compact, commander, classic)
The company GuidoSimplex also offers a hand control called Ring Acceleratore which installs directly on the steering wheel
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