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Dear Geoffrey

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Power_steering

Is it also possible to integrate the Brake, Accelerator Functions available to the Driver available on the Steering wheel to the Driver through re-engineering process ?.

If it is possible, then do you feel this could be advantageous to the current acceleration, braking mechanism available to the driver near the feet ?.

Thanks & Regards,
Prashant S Akerkar

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This is not my area of expertise but I am familiar with these controls so I will give my opinion
Hand controls are available for people whose legs are paralyzed.  A bar with a squeeze lever is installed. You apply the brake and gas by pulling or sneezing the levers. I have seen these controls and I do not feel they have any advantage for the average person and in fact makes the control of the vehicle harder.

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I can answer most any question about buying a car, truck or motorcycle

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I was a Sales Manager in the Automobile Industry for 25 years. I worked for Ford, Honda, Mercedes Benz, Nissan and Volkswagen, plus, I was a used car manager for 8 of those years I have also been a sales manager for Harley Davidson for 8 years and metric bikes for 2 years.

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Florida Writers Association, National writers association, Mensa

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I have had published writing in the Automotive News, Aller Welt magazine (Mercedes Benz), Mensa, Ford times and a few others I have written a number of books including "The Informed Buyer" This book offers advice on how to get a great deal and avoid the hastles of buying or leasing a car, truck or motorcycle. It is available on Amazon-Kindle or Barnes and Noble-Nook for $3.99

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I have attended hundreds of work shops and seminars within those industries. My formal education is an associates in Business.

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