Drive Car Harness
A dog harness designed to keep your dog safe during road trips and ensure you comply with rule 57 of the highway code. Made from seatbelt webbing and an aluminium alloy for durability and security.
A CAR HARNESS TO KEEP YOU AND YOUR DOG SAFE
The Drive Harness is a car safety harness that will secure your dog whilst in transit.
It ensures compliancy with Rule 57 of the highway code which requires that dogs should not be free to move about in a vehicle - "When in a vehicle make sure dogs or other animals are suitably restrained so they cannot distract you while you are driving or injure you, or themselves, if you stop quickly. A seat belt harness, pet carrier, dog cage or dog guard are ways of restraining animals in cars.”
HOW TO INSTALL IN YOUR CAR
Simply feed the seat belt through both webbing handles on the top of the harness, click the buckle into the seatbelt of your car and you're ready for the Drive.
This dog car harness is also equipped with double stainless-steel D-rings to escort your dog to and from the vehicle.
SIMPLE, ONE TIME FIT
The Drive Car Harness only needs to be fitted to your dog once (see 'Fitting Instructions’ tab for details. After the initial fitting, the harness can be taken on and off very quickly using the SR buckles on the rear of the harness.
ENGINEERED TO LAST
We carefully designed this product with the safety of you and your dog at its core, which is why we have only used high-quality, strong, and reliable materials throughout. The Tri-Glides are made from aluminium alloy – which is light and durable, but incredibly strong.
The webbing is made from from the same material used in seatbelts so your dog has the same levels of safety that you do, and the Crosslink™ technology at the front of the harness gives extra security for complete peace of mind.
Whilst safety is paramount, your dog also needs to be comfortable during the ride. We use the same chest plate as we do in our bestselling harness which is padded and contoured to mould to the shape of your dog.
Please Read Before Purchase:
At EzyDog we make every effort to manufacture the best products to protect your pet, however there are no official standards or test requirements for Car Canine Safety products.
We have chosen to base our product designs such that they conform to a combination of global child safety and vehicle interior standards. We then test our product and obtain conformance using these standards as a guide.
The final decision on the purchase and use of our Drive Car Harness for the protection of your pet is up to your own judgement and EzyDog will not accept liability for any injuries or damage associated with the use of our product.
- Quick, one-time fit
- Double D-Rings for lead attachment
- SR Buckle closure system
- Ergonomic, moulded chest plate
Regularly inspect your harness for any signs of damage and excessive wear including:
- Frayed/cut webbing
- Deformed Metal
- UV/sun damage
- Pulled stitches
- Chew and bite marks
ALWAYS REPLACE HARNESS IF SHOWING SIGNS OF DAMAGE
Hand wash in mild detergent and air dry in shade.
Store in a dry place, out of direct sunlight
For best fit measure the girth of your dog. This is the area behind the front legs and around the body. The neck will typically fall into place once the girth is determined. If the measurement is close to the end of the size range, go up to the larger size.
|Size||Girth (cm)||Girth (inches)|
|S||28 - 64||11 - 25|
|M||38 - 86||15 - 34|
|L||49 - 106||19 - 42|
Refer to the Product Video tab above for the Fitting Guide Video.
1. UNLACE AND LOOSEN WEBBINGS FROM ALLOY TRI GLIDE. PLACE HARNESS ON DOG
2. ADJUST BOTH FRONT CHEST WEBBINGS TO A FIRM FIT. USE MEASUREMENTS TO BALANCE WEBBING LENGTHS REPEAT ADJUSTMENT TO REAR GIRTH WEBBINGS
3. LOCK ALL FOUR WEBBINGS IN PLACE BY FEEDING BACK THROUGH ALLOY TRIGLIDE
4. FEED WEBBING TAIL UNDER WEBBING KEEPER AND LOCATE KEEPER BACK AGAINST TRIGLIDE. FOLD EXCESS WEBBING AND SECURE IN KEEPER
5. PLACE FITTED HARNESS ON DOG AND POSITION IN CAR. THREAD SEAT BELT THROUGH BOTH HANDLES AND CLICK INTO BUCKLE. REMOVE SLACK FROM SEAT BELT
IMPORTANT: DO NOT OVER-TIGHTEN STRAPS! WHEN FITTED CORRECTLY, HARNESS SHOULD BE SNUG, BUT TWO FINGERS SHOULD EASILY RUN BETWEEN STRAPS & DOG.