Roll Cages

We can discuss your options for roll cages and help you find the right fit for your needs.

If you’re a driver who enjoys participating in motorsports such as racing, adding safety enhancements to your vehicle is paramount. Stock vehicles are designed with safety in mind, but the features are aimed at conditions you’d encounter during regular road use, not high-intensity situations. Roll cages are one of the best safety upgrades you can add to your vehicle. They provide additional structure around the passenger compartment, which helps prevent the roof from collapsing into the cabin in rollovers and similar situations.

Roll Cages

At Tesla Mods NC, we’re best known for our work with Tesla vehicles, but we’re also proud to work on other vehicle makes and models, and installing modifications and upgrades that enhance the safety of the vehicle and help protect the driver and passengers. We’re highly experienced with roll cages, and we can discuss your intended use, vehicle types, and other factors to help you determine what type of cage would be ideal.

Full roll cages cover the passenger compartment from front to back, offering complete coverage, whereas half roll cages only cover the rear portion of the compartment, typically behind the front seats. If you only occasionally use your vehicle in high-stake scenarios, you might want to consider bolt-in roll cages, which are designed to be removed, but we can also assist you with weld-in cages that are permanent additions to your vehicle. In either case, it’s important to turn to professionals like us who can ensure the cage is properly installed.

Roll cages are a critical safety component for any vehicle that is used for high-stakes or high-performance purposes, and our team can help you ensure you’ve got the right cage for your needs. Reach out today to learn more or to discuss your options!

At Tesla Mods NC, we install vehicle roll cages for customers throughout the Triangle, including Morrisville, Apex, Cary, Durham, and Raleigh, as well as all of Wake County and Johnston County, North Carolina.