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Drive™ Dog Car Harness

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Crash Tested Dog Car Harness - SIMPLE TO USE FOR EVERY RIDE!

The Drive Harness from EzyDog is the simplest to use car safety harness for your dog. Once the original custom sizing is completed, this harness can be stepped into by your dog and latched shut within just a few short seconds! Check out the short video below to see how EZY it is to use the DRIVE.

The Safety Tested Vehicle Harness

Safety First!  This car safety harness conforms to and has passed all relevant requirements for the following standards: USA (FMVSS 213) Europe (ECE Regulation 16) Australia (ADR42/04). Learn more about our safety testing here.

Sizing

SizeGirth (cm and in)Weight (lbs)
S 28 - 64 cm 11 - 25 in 15 - 35
M 38 - 86 cm 15 - 34 in 35 - 65
L 49 - 106 cm 19 - 42 in 65+

Best Dog Harness for Car Travel

Simply feed the seat belt through both webbing handles on the top of the harness, click the buckle into the seat belt of your car and you're ready for the Drive.

SIMPLE FIT! GET ON THE ROAD FAST!

You only have to fit the harness to your dog once (see 'Fitting Instructions tab for Instructions) From then on, the Harness can be taken on/off very quickly using the Dual SR Buckle Closure System.

Engineered to Last

We have used only the strongest and high quality materials in this product. The Tri-Glides are made from Aluminum Alloy, so they are light, durable and incredibly strong

All webbing is made from vehicle-tested seat belt webbing and the Crosslink™ technology ensures that the harness is the ultimate in strength.

The Chest Plate section is padded and contoured to mold to the shape of the dog for a custom fit   

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Features

  • Crash tested
  • Quick, one-time fit
  • Double D-Rings for leash attachment
  • Dual SR Buckle closure system
  • Ergonomic, molded chest plate 
  • Simply use with the car's seat belt.  *Do not use with other attachments such as the Click or Car Restraint.

Care Instructions

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.

Add a Custom ID Tag: Click HERE

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.
 

For best fit measure the girth of the dog. This is the area behind the front legs and around the body. The neck will typically fall into place once girth is determined. If the measurement is close to the end of the size range, go up to the larger size.

Size Girth (cm and in) Weight (lbs)
S 28 - 64 cm 11 - 25 in 15 - 35
M 38 - 86 cm 15 - 34 in 35 - 65
L 49 - 106 cm 19 - 42 in 65+

Fitting Instructions

  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 EzyDog Dog Car Harness
  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 EzyDog Dog Car Harness
  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 EzyDog Dog Car Harness

IMPORTANT: DO NOT OVER-TIGHTEN STRAPS! WHEN FITTED CORRECTLY, HARNESS SHOULD BE SNUG, BUT TWO FINGERS SHOULD EASILY RUN BETWEEN STRAPS & DOG.

25 Reviews

  • 5
    Car harness

    Posted by Linda on 21st Jul 2021

    Really really well made and durable. I feel a ton safer driving with my dog in the car now.

  • 5
    EXCELLENT - BEST CAR HARNESS ON THE MARKET

    Posted by Tami Riddle on 22nd Apr 2021

    Excellent quality product - very sturdy, very strong. It is super easy to put on and take off - the easiest harness I've ever used. Highly recommend.

  • 5
    Ez drive harness

    Posted by Jacquelyn DiGiovanni on 1st Apr 2021

    I purchased 2 EZ Drives for my black labs. While driving to North Carolina at night in very thick fog a deer ran in front of my car and stopped. I had slammed on the brakes and as expected my 2 dogs in the back seat were safely restrained. This was the first time I used the harness and suffice it to say they are never in the car unrestrained. I just need to get some tips on how to keep the seat belt from locking up, I do stop frequently to free up the seat belt which is a bit annoying. Otherwise I highly recommend.

  • 2
    Seems high quality but doesn’t fit well

    Posted by Emily Chung on 12th Jan 2021

    I don’t think this car harness was worth spending over $100, as it seems to be a poor fit for my dog. Our rescue dog is around 20 lbs and is partly Italian greyhound or whippet—which means that he is rather deep chested. He also has severe anxiety being in the car, and he cannot be crated (due to past trauma). So we went with the car harness option. However, after measuring him and ordering the small size and adjusting (down to the narrowest option around the neck), he bucks around and can manage to squirm out of the harness. This has happened 3-4 times now and has led to rather dangerous situations. He also doesn’t enjoy the harness as it’s rather bulky for a small dog and restricts movement—can’t imagine using it as a walking harness for a small dog. The harness feels high-quality, but it’s had some big fails for the price point in delivering safety when our dog can get out of it! EzyDog Says: Thank you for your feedback. We would be happy to assist you to address this fit issue and to help find the best fitting harness for your pup. Feel free to reach out to us at 877-3EZYDOG or info@ezydog.com

  • 5
    Peace of Mind

    Posted by Beth Wilson on 8th Jan 2021

    I did a LOT of research before deciding which harness would be best for our German Shepherd to ride safely in our vehicle. I could not be happier about getting this harness. We have been using this for 6-8 months now and he is safe, comfortable and it is easy to use and adjusted nicely with his growth. Thank you for designing this harness and crash testing it properly for larger dogs. It is not easy to find car harnesses actually tested on larger dogs. Many other companies have the sizes to fit large dogs, but have not tested their harness for the weight and force loads during a crash. Thank you, thank you, thank you for my peace of mind.

  • 5
    Thank you EZYDOG!

    Posted by Loki, the dog of mischief on 6th Dec 2020

    I am a 70lb lab/hound mix. I tried the other crash test certified harnesses that are listed in various articles but found them to be much more cumbersome and not at all useful as a walking harness. Straps would loosen up and while the harness would fit around my chest, the neck area would be incredibly loose. I also don’t get why people don’t acknowledge that this harness meets the following standards USA (FMVSS 213) Europe (ECE Regulation 16) Australia (ADR42/04). While the initial fitting for this can be frustrating at times, there is virtually no worry for any of the straps loosening up which makes it great for a walking harness right out of the car. My dad loves the double d-rings for a leash, how easy it is to buckle me into the backseat, how high quality the harness feels, and likes the measuring markers on all straps. His only suggestion for improvement if to come up with snap-in buckles that aren’t plastics. That’s the “cheapest” part of the harness. My collar from the shelter is an EZYDOG double d-ring, so I’m basically a brand rep now! Thanks, EZYDOG for keeping me safe!

  • 5
    Drive Harness

    Posted by Charleen Farrell on 19th Nov 2020

    I absolutely love this product. I was very concerned about using a harness on my dog. I actually purchased another style from another company but showed it to my dog trainer and she said "take it back and order this one." I am so glad I listened to her. My dog has never been in a harness so this was a new experience for us both and so far it has worked out great. I feel very confident that she is "in good hands" with this product and have no problem recommending it to anyone for the safety of their dog.

  • 5
    Ezy Dog Drive

    Posted by Nalani Namauu on 18th Nov 2020

    This is an exceptionally well made seat belt. Very sturdy. I love that this company took the time to crash test their products before putting them out on the market. There are so many shoddy car safety product out there for your pets that are actually very dangerous. Ezy Dog Drive is a wonderful seat belt.

  • 5
    Best car harness

    Posted by Mark Franz on 30th Jul 2020

    After initial sizing this harness could not be simpler and even the sizing is not complicated. I bought one for each of my two APBT. They fit perfect and the dogs get super excited when I pull them out because they know they are going for a car trip. My only complaint (not worth removing a start) is that your dog can get easily tangled in the seat belt if they like to move around on rides but if you take out the slack they are pretty locked into a their position. I solved this by adding a Petzel climbing sling to the setup. One caribiner hooks around the seat belt and the other caribiner hooks to the harness. This gives them some wiggle room while allowing the seat belt to be fully pulled into the seat. Since it's rated for mountain climbing it doesn't provide a weak point in the system in the case of a car accident.

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