Report King County Metro - Seattle, Washington in Western US Posted Saturday at 08:10 PM 1 hour ago, northwesterner said: Looks like VIP Steering Wheels has been purchased by another company. Basically, every heavy duty steering wheel is OEM equipment made by them. That's why steering wheels all look so similar - whether you're in a Gillig or New Flyer or a fire truck. I'm straying off the specific topic of King County Metro, here... but you hit on something I've wondered about for a while: Tiny, Go-Kart Size Steering Wheels on Gillig LFs You seen 'em? It appears to be an option. I wanna say maybe Port of Seattle's Gilligs at SeaTac are so equipped? Not sure about other Gilligs in the area. The steering wheel looks no bigger than a typical automobile... it's anchored to the dashboard by a weird cassette sort of thing. I drove early 90s Flxibles with big, 20- or 22-inch steering wheels and felt firmly in control. I found smaller steering wheels disorienting -- like, not proportionate to the size of the vehicle. But, yes, I drove plenty of Gilligs with "Flxible" badges on the steering wheel and vice versa. I vaguely recall a GMC steering wheel, even though we never had any RTSes!