The Handybar® is a portable support handle that helps people get in and out of any vehicle safely. It is ideal for people with arthritis or those suffering from hip, knee or back problems. It also helps those who are recovering from surgery, accidents or women who are pregnant. This tool is study and will support up to 350 lbs. Universal fit with no costly installation or vehicle modification required. Works on both driver and passenger side doors by locking into the existing U-shaped striker plate on the car door frame. Tool also includes a seatbelt cutter and side window breaker for emergency escapes. Lifetime guarantee.
Note: Some late 1980's or early 1990"s North American cars may have door striker pins that are not suitable for the Handybar. Please check that your vehicle door striker has two screws or bolts attacking striker to door frame. If the vehicle has a light switch in the striker. Be sure that the Handybar does not interfere with its operation.
How Does It Work?
|The Handybar® inserts into the U-shaped striker plate on your vehicle door frame. The U-shaped striker plate is one of the strongest parts of the vehicle and is designed to keep your vehicle door closed in the event of a side-impact collision. There is a striker on each of the vehicle's door pillars allowing the Handybar® to be used on both driver and passenger side-doors.The Handybar® is suitable for individuals weighing up to 350 lbs.|
|Insert the Handybar® into the|
U-shaped striker plate located on the driver and passenger-side door frames of the vehicle.
|Once inserted, use the |
Handybar® to support your weight as you move yourself in and out of the vehicle.
|Remove the Handybar® |
before you close the vehicle door.
|Ensure your vehicle has two bolts or screws attaching the striker to the door frame. If your vehicle has a light switch in the striker, be sure the Handybar® does not interfere with its operation. |
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Remove slack from seatbelt,
insert belt into cutter slot,
pull firmly across body.
Strike center of side window with pointed end, using a hardsnapping motion.