PARIS – The U.S. market for vehicles that can be driven using only hand controls is growing, according to Kempf SAS, a French company with subsidiaries in Florida and California. Kempf supplies a steering-wheel adapter that controls acceleration and a hand brake that can be added to most cars, in order for a driver who doesn’t have use of his legs can operate a vehicle. Changing mortality statistics in war and in highway accidents is leading to the growing market, says Martine Kempf, ...

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