Steering Wheel Spinner Knobs and Driving Aids

  • Spinner Knobs
  • Spinner Knobs

Amputee Driver Rings, Ball, Tri-Pin and V-Grip Spinner Knob Designs

MobilityWorks is committed to providing our clients with the best adaptive equipment solution for their particular driving needs. Our vast array of hand controls and steering wheel spinner knob solutions are necessary to match the right equipment to the driver and type of vehicle. There is no "one size fits all" when it comes to driving with a physical disability and driver safety. Each client and situation needs to be evaluated individually by a Driver Rehabilitation Specialists.

Below are some of the many steering wheel spinner knob and driving aid models currently available at MobilityWorks. It's important to note that our service technicians are trained by the spinner knob and hand control manufacturers to install and service this specialized type of driving aid equipment.

Amputee Driver Rings

Sure Grip Amputee Driver Rings

Amputee Driver Rings by Sure Grip

Dependable Operation & Economical Design

The Sure Grip Amputee Ring steering wheel control grip is designed for drivers with a Prosthetic hook.

Spinner Knob

Spinner Knobs

Spin Master Spinner Knob by Sure Grip

With Spin Master's innovative, clamshell design, one size fits all steering wheels.

Unlike other spinner knobs on the market, the design will leave no permanent damage to your steering wheel. Spin Master adds a quick-release function - remove and refit at the touch of a button!

Palm Grip

Palm Grip

Palm Grip by Sure Grip

Fully compatible with Sure Grip clam shell mouting design, the finest in the industry

A great alternative to the Tri-Pin; for clients that do not require wrist support.



Tri-Pin by Sure Grip

Great for the independent driver with minimal gripping strength and/or reduced wrist stability.



V-Grip by Sure Grip

For drivers with moderate gripping strength.

Single Pin

Single Pin

Single Pin by Sure Grip

This is a great alternative to the spinner knob; for clients that can not open their hand fully.

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