Left Foot Accelerator

A left foot accelerator is a mechanical or electronic device that enables car acceleration control via the left foot. Astec uses a number of different systems to achieve this function.
When the left accelerator is in use, the right side pedal is either removed, covered up or switched off to stop accidental operation. The car can still be driven by the right accelerator if required, usually by removal of the device (easily achieved by the driver or passenger) or in the case of an electronic system, simply switching it over.
The type of left accelerator system used will depend on the vehicle make, model and year and the drivers requirements. For this reason each vehicle needs to be assessed for suitability. Fitting is carried out at our workshops and generally takes one to two working days to complete.
Note: left accelerator adaptations are suitable for auto transmission vehicles only.

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