Flashy sports car that is ready to make your kids feel like they are driving the real thing. This ride on electric car has been designed with integrated gears that switch and features LED lighting just like the real cars. It is safe, fun, and even has working sounds; horn and engine. The seatbelt keeps them safe, while they operate the car at two different speeds, high and low. The car can be controlled by the driver using the speed pedal and steering wheel or remotely controlled by a parent. It is best suited for a child ages 3 years old to 7 years old under the weight of 66 pounds. With all the flashy features on this ride on your kids will want to drive around the neighborhood just to show it off.
With a 12 volt battery and a charger to keep it primed, this super sports car is one fantastic vehicle for toddlers. It is made of durable plastic materials that can take the rough treatment from kids and keep on going. The operating features of the car are a horn, headlights, a seat belt, MP3 connection, FM radio, and steering controls. Kids can go forward or reverse, unlike some of the other models of cars that only move forwards for safety reasons. A wonderful safety mechanism that it does have besides the seat belt is that if kids are too young to handle the driving themselves, adults can control the car by remote. This way the child can still enjoy the ride, but without the worry of them getting hurt or destroying property. The vehicle travels up to two miles per hour so kids can enjoy some speed, but not get into any trouble or spills. This is one great race car for boys or girls that are ready to ride!
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.