Easy Rider Car Harness

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Many of us travel with our dogs, we wear seatbelts and are safe but are our dogs? Did you know that many car harnesses sold in the UK are either not crash-tested or worse failed testing. Here at Xtra Dog we care about the safety of your dog and have sourced a car harness from the USA that not only is crash-tested by passed test run at Kettering University in Kettering, Michigan.

Currently there does not exist a protocol for dog harness crash testing so they used a test developed for children's car seats.Testing was relative to the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) 213, Child Restraint Systems, Pulse requirements, using National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) Test Procedure TP 213-09 Coastal continues to innovate and test car harnesses at Kettering University Crash Safety Centre in Flint, Michigan to ensure maximum safety for pets and people. The Easy Rider® car harness was tested on 35Kg weighted stuffed dogs. It is easy to use, no external tether Sized XS-XL.

Travel safely with an Easy Rider crash-tested car harness.

The Easy Rider Multifunction Dog Harness limits a dogs mobility while traveling in a car, preventing distractions while driving. With a front connection point, it can also be used as a walking harness, ideal if your dog needs toileting at a rest stop. Available in five sizes.

• Easy to Put on Your Dog

• Can be used as a walking harness

• Padded for comfort and Protection

• No External tether, uses the car's seatbelt


Size Girth Measurement
XS            12-18inches (31-45cm)
Small      16-24inches (41-60cm)
Medium  20-30inches (51-76cm)
Large      24-38inches (61-96cm)
XL            26-43inches (66-109cm)

What Crash Test Protocol was used?
USA (Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) 213), Child Restraint Systems, Pulse requirements, using National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) Test Procedure TP 213-09. 


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