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Oct. 27, 1956: Alabama 13, Mississippi State 12, in Tuscaloosa.
The good and bad news? Coach Jennings Bryan "Ears" Whitworth earned his first victory as Crimson Tide head Coach. Problem was, it took him 15 games to get it. On a homecoming afternoon, the Tide rallied from a 12-0 first-quarter deficit to win on a Clay Walls touchdown and a Pete Reaves PAT kick with three minutes to play. After his first win, the teary-eyed Whitworth was carried off the field by his jubilant players. Pete will be honored on this upcoming game day on Saturday (9/8/2018).
Pete is one of our customers and we are proud to call him part of the High Tech Mobility Family.
Left Foot Accelerator
This is an Electric Left Foot Accelerator. This means that when the accelerator is activated the left pedal controls the throttle. When the button is not activated the right pedal is active. These Accelerators are great for people who need a pedal for the left foot instead of the right one.
Straight Stair Lift Installed by High Tech Mobility.
Harmar Platform Lift
Site prep and installed by High Tech Mobility for a Veteran.
Ricon Wheelchair Lift
A Ricon Wheelchair Lift installed by High Tech Mobility for a Veteran.
Bryan Kirkland - Paralympian
Bryan Kirkland was a Paralympic wheelchair rugby player. He has won multiple Gold medals in the Paralympic Games. High Tech Mobility was tasked to put a set of driving controls in his 2007 Mustang GT California Special edition car. He has been very pleased to be able to drive his Mustang GT/CS.