I'm preparing a Mac mini for sale. I have no mouse or trackpad. Using just the wireless keyboard, I managed to reboot in Recovery Mode and erase the drive in Disk Utility. However, the Install macOS utility is poorly designed - there's only one hard drive (shown as an image), it has to be selected before you can continue, and you can't get to it with any kind of normal Full Keyboard Access key combos, arrows, tabs, or whatever.
I once was able to use Mouse Keys in a similar situation, but I can't figure out how to get them on in Recovery Mode. I've tried Cmd+Opt+F5 (including fn on my mini keyboard), tapping Opt 5 times, and some other key combo I found online. I can get Voiceover to come on with Cmd+F5, but that doesn't help select the drive. These accessibility keys are a nightmare.
Just to keep the dream alive, I also tried creating a bootable installer flash drive. The very first screen it comes up with requires a mouse or trackpad to navigate. Still, I could not get mouse keys working.