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Ride on cars form part of the group of kids’ toys known as ride on toys or just ride ons. And as the name indicates, these are toys that your child actually sits in or on. Kids love to ride or drive things, be they pretend cars, bikes or adults! What makes ride on cars so popular with all children is that, as well as providing tons of fun, they provide the child the chance to indulge in heavy duty mimicry. Your children by nature want to copy what you, their parent or guardian, says or does – so when they see you driving a car, they want to do just the same in their ride on car. They can’t wait to be just like you. And of course, this holds true for both sexes of child – having fun and copying others are not down to gender. Now, looking at the overall family of ride on toys as a whole, there’s a wide selection that I am going to introduce to you. First you have the most popular ones which are; ride on cars, ride on trikes or tricycles (3 wheels), ride on quads (4 wheels) and ride on jeeps. But in addition, you also have ride on tractors, ride on planes, ride on trains and ride on scooters amongst others. But for the purpose of this report, ride on cars is what we’ll focus on. One point of importance, however, is that you need to understand the difference between a ride on car and a pedal toy. Distributors often include a pedal toy into the ride on car category. Strictly speaking though, a ride on car nowadays is a battery powered toy, whereas a pedal or push along toy is as the name described – a toy that is powered by the child’s feet. Irrespective of the fact that you can still actually ride in or on a pedal toy, in sales terms, there is now a difference. So make sure you know exactly what toy it is you are buying. Regarding the electrical element of ride on cars, that’s in reference to the toys being powered by a low voltage battery in conjunction with a motor which drives one or both back wheels. Commonly this is either a 12 volt or 6 volt cell. Logically, you’ll find the 12V ride on cars are more powerful than the 6V versions and will generally be a tad more expensive. Because the 12V ride on cars have more power, they can also bare a heavier load as rule. They’re a bit quicker (typically up to 7-8 kph max speed) and are most suited for kids aged 3-8 years. 6V ride on cars, having https://theinforide.com/ less power, are generally good for kids aged 2-6 years. As with most things, there are a number of manufacturers around offering a wide range of models. No doubt the most common brand around of ride on car is Injusa. There are many Chinese unbranded ride on cars too which can vary in quality from model to model. Be aware of the golden rule when purchasing a ride on car or any other ride on – “you get what you pay for”. It’s not only about price, so just be aware of the detail on all ride on toys – branded or unbranded. It’s also possible to get hold of fully licensed products like BMW and Porsche cars. You’ll find the build quality on these ride on cars the best and of course they have a touch of extra class about them. Finally, always check to see whether the ride on car you’re about to buy will be delivered free of charge domestically. Nowadays this should be standard on virtually all if not every ride on car. It may deviate from this, however, when you buy some of the heavier toys like the bigger jeeps. As a result of their weight, the supplier is charged extra carriage and so in order to not lose out will pass that slightly higher transit cost onto the consumer. It’s just the same when you buy certain larger items from bricks and mortar retailers – they will charge for delivery also. Your ride on car report is now concluded. May you and your children enjoy their new ride on cars.