Bruno Adaptive Driving Equipment
Handicapped equipment for vehicles can be a life-changing installment in your car. In the more than 25 years since President H.W. Bush signed the American With Disabilities Act, the world has opened up to the disabled.
Businesses have adapted to accommodate those with disabilities and employment of the disabled has soared. Of the estimated 54 million people who live with a disability, close to four million are employed. Naturally, the demand for transportation for this segment of the population has soared and businesses are rising to meet the demand.
What does this mean for you? It means that more than ever before, you have a wide variety of high-quality options to choose from. Bruno’s adaptive driving equipment is one of the best choices out on the market today. Let’s explore the range of products they offer.
How Adaptive Driving Equipment Works
Adaptive driving equipment is just as the name suggests – adaptive. That means that there are solutions to many disability issues through modifying your existing vehicle. Right now, there are two main types of adaptive handicapped equipment for vehicles.
- Reduced effort, also known as zero effort control systems, alter vehicle control systems by actually changing OEM components.
- Servo-type motion control systems provide an external source of power that works with your vehicle’s existing controls.
Examples of these sorts of additions include extra cameras, brake pedal extensions, hand controlled gas and brakes and wheelchair lifts just to name a few. When choosing handicapped equipment for vehicles, make sure to consider your needs in the future, not just your present needs. Adaptive driving equipment is an investment, and a worthy one. It’s hard to put a price tag on the feeling of freedom and self-reliance.
Bruno Handicapped Equipment For Vehicles
Bruno has been in the business of making the lives of those with disabilities safer and easier for over 30 years. As such, they’ve developed a wide range of high-quality products that are sure to meet all of your needs. Take, for example, their Valet Signature Seating line.
Their Valet line is based on a turning automotive seat, allowing you to access your vehicle with ease. They have three different models: Valet Plus, Valet Limited, and Valet LV. Valet plus is great for larger vans and SUVS while Valet Limited and LV work well with sedans.
Whichever you choose, you’ll find that they provide easy access and a comfortable ride. For those who are looking for a wheelchair lift, they have tons of choices for your consideration. You’ll find standard SUV and van access lifts, but there’s more variety than your usual handicapped equipment manufacturer.
Bruno makes lifts that can be re-installed in different vehicles and they even have a wheelchair lift for pickup trucks! Their sedan lift is barely noticeable and doesn’t take up a lot of space. Most of Bruno’s lifts work with both standard wheelchairs and heavier scooters as well.
Bruno is a great choice for handicapped equipment for vehicles.
If you need handicapped equipment for vehicles installed, repaired, or replaced, visit Advantage Mobility Outfitters in Wayne, Michigan.