1. MIM Safe Variocage – The Safest Way to Travel With Your Pet
    MIM Safe Variocage is the only crash test certified and approved dog cage on the market and the most rigorously tested and proven dog transport cage in the world.
    ONLY Crash Tested Cage Rated Using Government Safety Standards
    ISO 27955 | ECE R-17 | ECE R-44 | SPCT
    Perfect Track Record of Safety for over a Decade
    14 Adjustable Sizes to Best Fit Most Cats, Dogs and Vehicles
    Locking Doors with Gas Hydraulic Motion Springs
    Built-In Key Lock for Security
    Padlock Mounting Tabs for Added Protection
    High-Quality Powder Coated Steel Construction
    Emergency Escape Hatch for Added Safety
    Built-In Crumple Zone Absorbs Impact
    Leash Hooks & Spill Proof Water Bowl Available as Accessories
    Installs Easily in Car with Load Tested Straps to Anchor Points
    No Modification to Vehicle Required
    Variocage is designed and constructed to deliver the highest level of safety. The MIM Safe Variocage is the only dog cage on the market that is proven to best withstand impacts experienced during all types of collisions.Protect yourself, your family and your pet from the devastating effects of a collision, where lesser restraints may allow your dog to become a deadly projectile within the vehicle.
    Reduce the risks in a serious rear-end collision, where the Variocage mimics the function of the vehicle’s crumple-zones, greatly diminishing the possible injuries to your dog and passengers.
    Don’t just take our word for it. The MIM Safe Variocage has been certified to meet or exceed stringent crash test safety standards established by the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe.
    The Variocage comes in 4 adjustable models and 14 sizes; there is sure to be one that fits your vehicle and the needs of your dog.
    Variocage includes a built-in key lock for security. In the event of an accident, a trapped dog can be released via the unique escape hatch. All models are equipped with a rubber carpet for comfort, quiet, and ease of cleaning.

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    According to a survey by the American Automobile Association, 84% of drivers who transport their dogs in a vehicle do not use a proper safety restraint.Traveling in your vehicle with an unrestrained pet not only increases the risk of serious or fatal injury for your animal companion, but for the vehicle’s human occupants as well.Here are a few points to consider when traveling with an unrestrained dog:

    An unrestrained dog can be a distraction while driving, increasing your risk of having an accident.

    In the event of an accident, an unrestrained dog will impact whatever it hits with a force equivalent to several thousand pounds of energy.

    In an accident, an unrestrained dog may be ejected or escape from the vehicle resulting in the dog getting lost, injured or killed.

    Once outside, the dog can become a hazard to other drivers and is at risk of being hit by another vehicle.

    After an accident, an injured or frightened dog can pose a threat to emergency responders, preventing them from helping human occupants that may be in need of assistance.

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    According to a survey by the American Automobile Association, 84% of drivers who transport their dogs in a vehicle do not use a proper safety restraint.Traveling in your vehicle with an unrestrained pet not only increases the risk of serious or fatal injury for your animal companion, but for the vehicle’s human occupants as well.Here are a few points to consider when traveling with an unrestrained dog:

    An unrestrained dog can be a distraction while driving, increasing your risk of having an accident.

    In the event of an accident, an unrestrained dog will impact whatever it hits with a force equivalent to several thousand pounds of energy.

    In an accident, an unrestrained dog may be ejected or escape from the vehicle resulting in the dog getting lost, injured or killed.

    Once outside, the dog can become a hazard to other drivers and is at risk of being hit by another vehicle.

    After an accident, an injured or frightened dog can pose a threat to emergency responders, preventing them from helping human occupants that may be in need of assistance.

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  4. Proper assembly is crucial for complete satisfaction of your 4x4NorthAmerica product. Once assembled make sure you check all connections to ensure the level of security. When driving if you hear the cage rattling, please check everything again as it may be as simple as a loose screw.

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  5. Safety & Testing

    According to a survey by the American Automobile Association, 84% of drivers who transport their dogs in a vehicle do not use a proper safety restraint.Traveling in your vehicle with an unrestrained pet not only increases the risk of serious or fatal injury for your animal companion, but for the vehicle’s human occupants as well.Here are a few points to consider when traveling with an unrestrained dog:

    An unrestrained dog can be a distraction while driving, increasing your risk of having an accident.

    In the event of an accident, an unrestrained dog will impact whatever it hits with a force equivalent to several thousand pounds of energy.

    In an accident, an unrestrained dog may be ejected or escape from the vehicle resulting in the dog getting lost, injured or killed.

    Once outside, the dog can become a hazard to other drivers and is at risk of being hit by another vehicle.

    After an accident, an injured or frightened dog can pose a threat to emergency responders, preventing them from helping human occupants that may be in need of assistance.

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According to a survey by the American Automobile Association, 84% of drivers who transport their dogs in a vehicle do not use a proper safety restraint.

Traveling in your vehicle with an unrestrained pet not only increases the…


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Safety & Testing

According to a survey by the American Automobile Association, 84% of drivers who transport their dogs in a vehicle do not use a proper safety restraint.

Traveling in your vehicle with an unrestrained pet not only increases the risk of serious or fatal injury for your animal companion, but for the vehicle’s human occupants as well.
Here are a few points to consider when traveling with an unrestrained dog:

An unrestrained dog can be a distraction while driving, increasing your risk of having an accident.

In the event of an accident, an unrestrained dog will impact whatever it hits with a force equivalent to several thousand pounds of energy.

In an accident, an unrestrained dog may be ejected or escape from the vehicle resulting in the dog getting lost, injured or killed.

Once outside, the dog can become a hazard to other drivers and is at risk of being hit by another vehicle.

After an accident, an injured or frightened dog can pose a threat to emergency responders, preventing them from helping human occupants that may be in need of assistance.

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