What is Left foot accelerator pedal?

Category: Equipment


Generic name: Assistive Technology

The left foot accelerator pedal (LFAP) is a mechanical adaptive device allowing left foot operation of the accelerator. This device is mounted on the left side of the brake pedal and activates the right-side accelerator, which is not removed.

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Currently using Left foot accelerator pedal

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10 years or more 1
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$25-49 0
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