Many states require certain aspects of modified disabled driving equipment to not interfere with the able bodied driving of a vehicle in case of an emergency. All of Sure Grip’s hand controls, plus their left foot accelerators come fitted with Auto Lock Out as standard.
Manual Auto Lock
The Manual Auto Lock allows for the driver to flick the Auto Lock switch to the right to disabled the hand controls, and flick it back to the left to enable them. This allows for the driver to be able to disabled the hand controls and stop anyone else from using the vehicle -but perhaps a more likely situation is that it allows the vehicle to be driven normally with the hand controls still installed. The Manual Auto Lock system by Sure Grip is installed in all of their hand controls.
Electronic Auto Lock
The Electronic Auto Lock is available (but does not come as standard) for their hand controls, but does come as standard for their left foot accelerator. Just in case going through all the effort of flicking a switch was too much it’s now possible to automatically have your hand controls system or left foot accelerator disabled while doing even less.
Sure Grip’s Electronic Auto Lock automatically disables all of the equipment installed in the car until you press a button to deactivate the Auto Lock Out. The equipment will automatically be locked out every time the engine restarts.