• A Driver's Wheel

A Driver's Wheel



As a driver may have his hands on the steering wheel for hours at a time our wheels are designed with ergonomics in mind.

However, the most important concern is that the driver can effectively convey torque to the steering system; this is especially important in vehicles without power steering or in the rare event of a loss of steering assist. A typical design for circular steering wheels is a steel or magnesium rim with a plastic or rubberized grip molded over and around it.