Camber Driving School in Witney & serves mainly West Oxfordshire area although other areas are considered.
Many people with a physical disability, with special needs are driving on our roads today. It may be possible to drive a manual car, but sometimes this is not always possible and maybe easier to drive a car with an automatic transmission.
Sometimes modified or adapted controls are needed. Camber Driving School have access to a range of cars with automatic transmission and various adaptations. John Hutchins has had specialist training in using all of the different types of adaptations and understands the correct way to use the vehicle safely.
The push pull hand controls are available as either left or right handed adaptation, this is useful for people who find using the standard pedals for braking and acceleration difficult. Pull back to accelerate and push forward to brake.
This transfers the acceleration from the foot pedal to the wheel, useful for those drivers with complete lack of functionality of both lower limbs. The ring can be under or in front of the original wheel.
A popular and simple adaptation fitted to the steering wheel, enables you to drive one handed and still maintain full control of the car. It is an effective alternative to having to hold and release while turning it.
An alternative addition which can be added to your car, for people who are unable to use their right leg to accelerate. These can be tucked away when not in use, meaning your car can be operated by disabled and able-bodied drivers.
We usually have special offers to choose from, just ask John for the latest deals - perhaps our Semi Intensive Driving Course, or block booking for discounted prices.
See our full services list, resources, terms and useful links to read more about the Camber Driving School Service that best suits you or go to our testimonials page to see what some of our clients have said about us.
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