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Left-side foldable accelerator

This adaptation offers drivers with a functional restriction on the right leg or foot the possibility to control the accelerator easily with their left foot.


The left-side foldable accelerator pedal is mounted on the left-side of the brake pedal and connected to the original accelerator pedal. By pressing down the left-side foldable accelerator with the left foot, the original accelerator will be taking along, so it’s possible to open the throttle.


The right-side accelerator pedal is folded, when driving with the left-side foldable accelerator, which ensures, that it’s impossible to touch unintentionally  the original accelerator. It is also impossible to operate the accelerator and brakes at the same time, in order to brake, the accelerator pedal must be released and in order to accelerate the brake pedal must be released. 


As a result of the foldable pedals more foot- and leg space is created. Besides this, it is easy to place the pedals back in their original position, so that other drivers can use the pedals the normal way.


Bever Car Products offers a wide range of car-specific left-side foldable accelerators. The left-side foldable accelerator is delivered, including a clear installation manual and required assembly parts, which ensures that a conversion company can carry out this adaptation easily. In the situation of an original mechanic accelerator, parts are supplied to convert the original accelerator into a foldable version and in the situation of an original electronic accelerator,  a right-side foldable accelerator pedal is supplied. The left-side foldable accelerator is black powder coated, so it will fully integrate into the interior.

Advantages Left-side foldable accelerator

  • Enables the driver to control the accelerator by the left foot.
  • Easy to operate.
  • Impossible to operate the brake and accelerator at the same time.
  • Impossible to touch unintentionally the pedals.
  • Easy installation.
  • Available for a wide range of car models.
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