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Brake Plus is a module that attaches, most commonly, to the wires of the 3rd brake light. Every time the driver depresses the brake pedal, Brake Plus will cause the lamp to rapidly pulse (not blink, flash, or strobe) 4 times and then remain solid. This helps alert trailing drivers that the vehicle is stopping, and, according to NHTSA, pulsing 3rd brake lights can reduce the risk of being rear-ended by up to 50%.

Brake Plus is built to work with nearly every vehicle and tow—cars, trucks, vans, motorcycles, trailers, RVs, and more.

Brake Plus is available for purchase through your local auto dealership—it is not available for individual sale to consumers. Brake Plus must be properly installed by a certified professional technician in order to ensure proper functionality.

No, and it is against the law for a vehicle manufacturer to void a warranty based on the proper installation of Brake Plus. The Magnuson Moss Warranty Act (15 USC 2302(C)) states that, “Legally, a vehicle manufacturer cannot void the warranty on a vehicle due to an aftermarket part unless they can prove that the aftermarket part caused or contributed to the failure in the vehicle.” The only pieces of equipment affected by Brake Plus are light bulbs.

Yes, Brake Plus is built to work with LEDs and incandescent bulbs.

Yes, Brake Plus comes with a 5 year / $5 MM policy against product fault or failure.

It doesn't. Brake Plus has absolutely no affect on vehicle brakes or electronics.

In the rare instance a Brake Plus module fails, the brake lights will default to normal operation.

Brake Plus is roughly 8" long, and the wires can be rolled / coiled up inside vehicle compartments. It is installed to the wires nearest the lamp you are attempting to affect. For customers of Brake Plus, we offer a general installation guide along with an exhaustive list of vehicle-specific installation guides—25+ vehicle manufacturers with 150 to 400+ guides each, which amounts to over 6,000 total guides.

Yes, Brake Pus is patented in 7 countries including the U.S.A.—you can read more here.