The cost-effective alternative VEIGEL Basic II is the economical version of Compact II; it operates in the same way as its aesthetically and ergonomically more sophisticated sister: to accelerate, pull back the handle. A slight forward push activates the brake, which may also be temporarily locked. The sturdy and functional Basic II meets the basic requirements for hand controls.
Product category: Hand throttle systems, Car adaption devices
Veigel Compact II
Pull-push operated The new VEIGEL Compact II has arrived! The second generation of the successful VEIGEL Compact optimizes acceleration, surprises by its elegant design and is very easy to operate: to accelerate, pull back the ergonomically shaped handle. A slight forward push activates the brake which may also be temporarily locked.
Product category: Car steps and ramps, Car adaption devices
VEIGEL Connect transfer board
NEW! With our newly developed VEIGEL Connect boarding aids, transferring to your car becomes remarkably easy, both on the drivers and the passengers side. The transfer board is mounted onto the seat rail; the board is round shaped and simply folds away when not in use. The VEIGEL Connect transfer board is particularly sturdy and carries weights up to 130 kg
Company history Respect for tradition, courage for innovation Typical Swabian inventiveness is at the origin of our company. In 1920, Wilhelm Veigel established an automobile repair shop; subsequently, he simultaneously worked as a driving instructor. In 1925, he developed a dual control for driving school vehicles for his own use. This invention is considered the birth date of our company. In the early 50s, the German patent office granted Wilhelm Veigel several patents for his inventions. Henceforth, the company dedicated itself exclusively to manufacturing and distributing the patented VEIGEL dual controls. A directive issued in 1957 stipulating that all driving school vehicles in the Federal Republic of Germany had to be equipped with a dual control initiated a decisive change for VEIGEL. After Wilhelm Veigels death, his wife Frieda Veigel and subsequently, their daughter Waltraud Horlacher continued to run the company.