Give Them a Brake

SAFEDRIVE Pro Driver Education Brake

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The SAFEDRIVE Pro Driver Education Brake is a superior dual-brake designed for the professional driving instructor.  Concerned about installation headaches?  Read our customer reviews on how easy it is to install.  And, everything about it is over-engineered for safety, security, and designed to last.  Even the red flag on the safety pin is made with a steel grommet and heavy-duty seat belt webbing.

Still not sure?  How does a Lifetime Warranty sound!  We stand behind it - check our Warranty link at the bottom of the page for details. Pair the SAFEDRIVE Pro Driver Education Brake up with the Screwless T-Mount and make the easiest install in passenger side brakes even easier.  Or, get the SAFEDRIVE Pro with Foot Rest to make your training sessions much more comfortable.

The SAFEDRIVE Pro Driver Education Brake comes complete with brake pedal as shown, brake pedal mount, cable, installation hardware, flashlight, a full-color instruction manual, and installation support.  See the Instructions and Video's page for more details.
U.S. Pat. No. DES992471

Customer Reviews

Based on 126 reviews
Brian Roberts
Great Brake/Great Company

This is the second SAFEDRIVE Pro Driver Education pedal I have purchased from Give Them a Brake. I am extremely happy with how easy it is to install and can feel safe knowing it will stop my vehicle if needed. Could not ask for better customer service!!

Mike Hoard

SAFEDRIVE Pro Driver Education Brake

Ron Swinyer
Excellent company

We've used this breaking system 14 times and will continue to use them. Excellent product, easy installation and great customer service. I couldn't be more satisfied. I wish I had this your if experience with every company I deal with!

Richard Zimmer
Excellent Attention to Detail

Having good experience with another maker (Four kits since 2008), I liked what I saw from SafeDrive, and decided to try it. My mechanic said the dual brake was easy to install and recommended I stick with SafeDrive.

Poonam Bhanwala