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Garden Grove, CA - Sand car and utv safety is a top priorty for many people these days, especially when taking young kids, friends, and members of your family for a thrilling ride. Nobody understands the reality of this more than the folks at The Hands In Corporation.

They are committed to off-road safety, and they have taken on the challenge of building the finest quality all-in-one passenger handle and arm restraint system available on the market. The product they have developed is called The Hands In Handle Restraint and it is designed to prevent a passenger hand from flying out of the vehicle during a sudden roll-over or accident and prevent a possible injury. The integrated handles also double as a comfortable way to hold on and enjoy the ride.The system is easy-to-install and allows the passenger to exit the car quickly as well.

For more information, call (714) 590-1807 or visit their web-site at www.thehandsincorp.com .

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