Quantcast
Jump to content


Hands In Handle Restraint


Recommended Posts

HandsInRestraints-1-773126.jpg

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 .

View the full article

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.
Note: Your post will require moderator approval before it will be visible.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

  • Similar Topics

    • By mac66
      Just bought a used UTV, my first SxS.  It is extremely LOUD!   Was thinking of wearing shooting ear muffs to muffle the noise but then my passenger( wife) and I couldn't hear each other over the shouting we have to do now.... On the other hand we sometime ride with my brother and his wife and would like to be able to communicate. We throught about FRS and/or GMRS radios (we are licensed for GMRS) but we'd have to wear earphones under our ear muffs. My state doesn't require helmets to ride UTVs.
      I suppose if everyone has a cheap FRS/gmrs bubble pack radio with a ear phone we could all talk to one another. Just wear an ear plug in the other ear or ear muffs.
      Looking for suggestions.
    • By Mark T
      MY 400 is gutless. I would like to know if I can upgrade to a larger engine ?
    • By Bartender
      Hey Yall,
      I have a 2011 cub cadet UTV that runs rough at higher speeds (sputters) . I changed plugs and replaced the gas with new . Does anyone have any idea thinking fuel filter or pump ? 
    • By rtate1050
      I know that this may be a bit outside the forum , but has anyone had any experience with all terrain wheelchairs ? I live on 5 sandy acres in Florida and am currently wheelchair bound. I have a power wheelchair but it doesn't work very well on my property . I.m looking at one that has rubber treads like a tank . It's pretty expensive so I was wondering if anyone had any experience or knows anything about them before I pulled the trigger.
      I do have aa side-by-side but can't get in and out.
      Thanks , Rich
    • By Jay5
      I’m looking for a quiet side by side for my wife and I. We will do some trail riding but nothing too extreme. We are more geared toward leisure riding since we are in our sixties. We go to Wyoming in the summer and have been looking at the Honda Pioneer 1000, can am defender.
×
×
  • Create New...