We sell, install and service almost all brands of hand controls on the market today including: MPD, Viegel and Sure-Grip. With methods such as push-pull, push-rock plus your traditional action hand control. At HVSU, your safety is our number one concern, that is why all our service technicians are factory trained and certified to install every vehicle hand control and foot control we carry.

MPD 500KX

This control has everything the “Classic” 3500K offers, but with additional options. For instance, your installer can choose the handle angle to suit your preference. If you are tall, it can be angled around your leg so that you can reach full acceleration. If you have difficulty reachin...

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MPD 3502WHD

This control offers a U-shaped handle with a foam wrist support and side hand guard, adding more wrist support than standard right angle controls for driving comfort. This hand control offers a foam grip handle with a soft foam wrist support and side hand guard for additional leverage, comfort an...

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MPD 3500F

Meets or exceeds VA specifications Our foam grip handle was designed two inches longer in length than most hand controls, ensuring comfortable driving control and greater leverage when braking and accelerating. Recommended by driver evaluators, our foam grip was designed two inches longer in len...

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MPD 3500K

Meets or exceeds VA specifications. It now comes with a standard bent brake rod which allows the control to be mounted higher in the vehicle for your driving convenience. This hand control has a knob grip that fits comfortably in the palm of the driver’s hand. The knob grip and bent brake r...

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SureGrip Featherlite Push Twist

SureGrip Push/Twist Hand Control with AutoLock The Sure Grip Push/Twist control uses the same motorcycle-style acceleration as other Push/Twist controls, but it has an auxiliary handle that makes the twisting motion easier and allows for longer, more comfortable driving. Drivers will also find th...

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SureGrip Featherlite Push Rock

SureGrip Push/Rock Hand Control The Sure Grip Push/Rock system is known for its comfort, precision and overall safety. Unlike other hand control styles, the push/rock system puts the operating handle in a vertical position. The driver eases the handle back to accelerate and pushes forward to brak...

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SureGrip Featherlite Push Pull

SureGrip Push/Pull Hand Control The Sure Grip Push/Pull hand control uses the same movement to apply the gas and brake as other Push/Pull controls; however the pivot point for the Sure Grip control is on the left-hand side of the wheel close to the handle. This allows for a shorter stroke and gre...

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SureGrip Featherlite Push Right Angle

SureGrip Push/Right Angle Hand Control Unlike other Push/Right Angle controls, Sure Grip’s Push/Right Angle control doesn’t pivot or move when the accelerator is applied. Instead, the pivot point is on the left-hand side of the wheel, and only the handle pivots. A stationary main body...

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MPS Push Rock Hand Control

The Push / Rock  control enables the driver to apply the accelerator and brakes by hand. When the upright handle is pushed forward toward the brake pedal the brakes are applied. When the upright handle is rocked rearward toward the user the accelerator is applied.   It also ...

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MPS Push Pull Hand Control

The Push/Pull hand control is operated by pushing down toward the floor for brake and pulling back for acceleration. It is available with upright handle or our standard handles to custom fit you and your driving style. Built MPS strong and also carries our 5yr warranty.

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MPS Brake Only Hand Control

The Brake Only Hand Control enables the driver to apply the brakes by hand.  Through mechanical linkage, the brake is applied by a forward motion away from the driver toward the brake pedal or dash board.  The Brake Only Hand Control is suitable for a driver who has right foot mobility for...

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MPS Right Angle

The Monarch Mark IA hand control incorporates the most popular method of operation, and undoubtedly the least fatiguing available. Through mechanical linkage, the  brakes are applied by the forward motion away from the driver toward the brake pedal or dashboard. Again with mechanical linka...

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