Of course, the only thing missing now is the North Mountain where Princess Elsa sought refuge after putting Arrandale in a snowy stormy bind. This ride on car for girls’ Jeep Wrangler is one cute and lovable yet tough looking electric car for kids to drive. It has all the different designs from the movie Frozen emblazoned all over its body painted in light blue with purple bumpers and windshield frame. The Jeep conveniently seats 2 little princesses for a combined weight of 130 pounds. The doors open to cute light purple seats with the crossbar of the rollover bar forming additional support for the kids’ backs. Towards the back of the Jeep is a spacious cargo bay for additional storage space; perfect for storing your little princess’ gadgets and essentials.
Here is where you get the cleaning materials ready and show them how to treat their toy with respect, to clean it right after they’ve had their playtime. You can give your kids a cloth and a miniature bucket of water, and get them to wipe off all of the dirty edges. This might even mold them into better drivers. Because they will want to avoid driving in messy puddles, or colored Play Doh (unlikely, but you never know).
Power Wheels - the only way to ride. Is your wanna-be driver looking to gain some behind-the-wheel confidence? We’ve got just the right Power Wheels vehicles—and so many new ways to ride—to empower them to hit the road! Kids at our Fisher-Price Play Lab put these vehicles to the test, so you can feel good giving your kid the thrill of independence as they drive off in in their very own ride-on car, truck or ATV. These battery-powered riding toys are built for hours of fun and endless backyard adventures for toddlers to more experienced drivers!
The Power Wheels Jeep Wrangler from Fisher-Price promotes a basic understanding of cause & effect as kids learn how to power the vehicle and make it go forward, back, steer, stop and start it up again. This easy-to-drive 4-wheeler helps build gross motor skills as kids cruise around the yard, on the sidewalk, or down the driveway – and stop safely when they take their foot off the pedal. Beginners start at a fun but safe 2.5 mph in forward and reverse – and when they’re ready, adults can move them up to 5 mph in the forward direction by removing the high speed lock-out.