Anti-Slip Foot Pedal Pads

(1 customer review) Price: $25.99 (as of 31/07/2020 15:49 PST- Details)

Here are our top 3 reasons:

#1   The pedal pads not only offer great appeal but protection too. They come with an anti-slip surface with attached rubber at the back to provide all the grip and enhanced friction-resistance required for safe driving.

#2  The pads are made of aluminum alloy which has anti-corrosive properties. The material is strengthened with the support of rubber to avoid slippery surfaces, thus being durable enough.

#3   The installation of these pedal pads is super easy as they come with adhesives that settle very well on the footrests, brakes, and accelerators.


【Performance & Design】Fashion design enhances the style and appearance of your standard Model 3 with the Foot Pedal Pads. Non-slip surface design, safe for driving and strengthen the friction coefficient. The rubber at the back side can increase friction to provide you safer driving.
【High Quality】 Anti-corrosion aluminium alloy and non-slip rubber, protect your accelerator & brake pedal, and prolong the using lifespan.
【Easy Installation】The Foot Pedal Pad with customized design for Tesla Model 3, suitable size perfectly fit for Model 3, no drilling or welding required. The Footrest Pedal with back adhesive can be fixed on the footrest area steadily.
【Fitment】Customized for Tesla Model 3 are generic,suitable size, perfectly fit for model 3, which brighten the accelerator, brake and footrest areas. Only fit left have drive, not fit right hand drive.
【Package Included】1 x Accelerator Pedal Cover, 1 x Brake Pedal Cover and 1x Rest Dead Pedal Cover for Model 3. We provide 100% satisfaction aftersale services making sure you get risk-free lights.

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1 review for Anti-Slip Foot Pedal Pads

  1. Pat

    If you’re considering pedal covers for your M3, these can’t be beat. The price is fantastic and they look great on the car!
    I put both pedals in a quart-size bucket filled with hot tap water. After about 5 minutes, I took out the accelerator pedal and installed it (leave the brake pedal in the bucket to soften up more). Then I took out the brake pedal and installed it. The brake took a little longer to install because the rubber is thicker and you have to work it around the pedal to make sure it goes on completely. If you take your time and don’t get frustrated, it’s really quite simple. Including the initial 5 minute soaking, it took less than 15 minutes to put both on.

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