Hi everyone, this is Tisha Unarmed, and I'm here to answer all of your questions about not having arms. And as you can see, I don't have any arms. Today, I'm taking you on a ride in my car. And I'm going to drive legally.
I keep my keys on a lanyard, because it's easier to have my keys around my neck to open up the door than it would be to dig around in my purse. I open my doors with my little nubbies, like this.
It's my left foot accelerator. It has a bar that goes across to the original accelerator that came with the car, and it just goes across and makes it so that I can use my left foot.
This is a turn-knob that I use for my right foot to steer the car, and on the inside on the headrest are buttons that control the horns and washers and wipers and left turn and right turn signals. And I'll show you how I was working it.
This is the voice scan speaker box that sits underneath my driver side...ugh...seat, and it connects to the computer in the car that controls the red and green button that you've seen in the other clip. Let's see.
And these are the commands that it goes through when I press the left button. "Right turn." Oops... "Light dimmer. Front fan. Cruise set. Cruise on."
That was the right...the right button. This is the left button.
"Left turn. Horn. Washer. Wiper."
Safety is important when driving your car. You should always wear your seatbelt. This is how we put the keys in the ignition and turn...hit...start, and we are ready to go.
Left foot goes on the brake, and my right foot changes gears. Look before you drive.
When I press the right button...
It will say right turn, and then I press it again, and it controls the right turn signal and turns it on.