Vehicles used for conducting on the road driver evaluations and in car driver training are equipped with dual brakes, safety signage and extra mirrors. These are requirements set forth for all driving schools licensed by the North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles.
DRS vehicles are also outfitted with adaptive equipment for use with clients facing physical limitations.
Adaptive equipment available includes:Hand Controls: A variety of types and styles for left or right hand use including:
● Sure Grip FeatherLite Controls (push/rock, push/right angle, and push/pull)
● Veigel Classic (push/twist)
● Veigel Compact (push pull)
● Bever Electronic controls (Stick, Lever and Slide input devices)
●Left Foot Accelerator
●Powered Elevating Lift Board for Vehicle Entry Assist
●A variety of manual and electronic secondary control modifications
●Variable Effort Steering
Wheelchair AccessibilityA Chrysler Pacifica Braun Conversion WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE vehicle offers state of the art technology.
This is a mid-tech vehicle with a variety of mechanical and electronic hand controls, steering orthotics, variable effort steering and modified secondary control options for functions like turns signals, wipers and headlights. The client is able to drive from their wheelchair or transfer to a 6-way power seat base.