Who can benefit from our pedal extenders?
Sitting back and stretching your legs to be able to reach the pedals can cause strain and potential injury in your legs and lower back. Similarly, sitting too close to the steering wheel can be unsafe especially during an accident if the airbag is released.
Pedal extensions offer a solution for users whose legs are unable to reach and operate the vehicle pedals effectively, ensuring a safe and comfortable driving position.
How car pedal extenders work
Standard pedal extensions bolt onto the original manufacturers pedals to provide an additional 3-10 cm of pedal reach.
A raised floor pedal extension offers an elevated platform for your feet and extends the pedals far beyond a traditional pedal extension, granting you between 10-30 cm additional distance.
If you require further mobility aids in your car, explore the full range of driving aids we provide here at Mobility in Motion.
Modifications including left-foot accelerators, hinged pedals, pedal guards and extensions to bring pedals closer to the driving seat.
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Our pedal extension brands
Since 1972, Braunability has been providing vehicle mobility solutions to increase quality of life for people with disabilities. Over the past four decades, their products have revolutionised what independence means to wheelchair and scooter users.
From wheelchair swivel seats to mobility scooter stowage, each product is manufactured and quality checked in-house to ensure consistently high levels of quality.
For over 100 years, Veigel have been designing award-winning ergonomic, reliable and easy-to-use driving aids and controls for people with disabilities.
Developed in conjunction with some of the biggest car manufacturers across the world, each product goes through rigorous testing to ensure they exceed industry standards. With styled designs, finished surfaces and sleek lines to compliment any vehicle’s interior, they are products which look as good as they perform.
Alfred Bekker specialise in the design and manufacture of vehicle adaptations, and have been producing mobility equipment since 1975 for a myriad of needs.
Are there different types of pedal extensions available?
There are two main types of pedal extensions; standard pedal extensions which provide an additional 3-10 cm of pedal reach and raised floor pedal extensions which grants you between 10-30 cm additional distance. All of which are available as accelerator pedal extenders, clutch pedal extenders and brake pedal extenders.
Do pedal extensions work with all types of vehicles?
Pedal extensions are compatible with most vehicles including both manual and automatic. For specific vehicle compatibility, we always recommend contacting our team to check and confirm.
Are pedal extensions easy to install?
Pedal extensions are simple to install by a specially trained engineer.
Are there any safety concerns related to using pedal extensions?
No. Pedal extensions are safe to use and essentially function just as the original manufacturer’s pedals.