Cars for children can help develop twenty-first century skills like navigation and steering. However, when choosing one as a ride-on toy it’s essential that the speed limit, age recommendations and weight capacity are considered when selecting one.

Mercedes Benz Style Ride on Car

This Mercedes-Benz style ride-on luxury car for children is an ideal toy, featuring a parent remote and adjustable seat belts to keep them safe while they drive! Plus, with its parent remote and safety belts it will keep them from going astray!

The Razor-Dirt-Quad

Razor four wheelers provide safe and fun off road riding experiences for kids of all ages. Ideal for ages 8+, this model comes equipped with a high torque motor capable of propelling it across ground at an adequate pace and even climbing hills with ease.

A safety feature built into this Quad ensures it automatically rolls back if its motor stops working for any reason, protecting both rider and Quad from tipping over backwards and harm.

Razor Dirt Quad 500 offers more power and larger frame, ideal for teens and small adults weighing up to 220 pounds. It comes equipped with front brush bar, adjustable riser handlebars, droop travel rear suspension with coil shocks and front brush bar for enhanced cleaning action. Plus it features 30% smaller dimensions than its predecessor for easier storage and transport – not to mention 50% longer battery life per full charge and slightly increased top speed!

The Police Truck

Children love playing police officers and protecting their neighborhoods from crime, which this ride on car lets them do in style! With LED lights, MP3 music playback capabilities, and both doors that open for easy playback. It makes an ideal plaything.

The NYPD is taking an innovative approach to community outreach: sending out a “Game Truck,” which is basically a bus or truck equipped with various video game consoles, into neighborhoods across New York. The vehicle appears part of an initiative to restore trust between communities and police forces following years of overpolicing, controversial practices such as stop-and-frisk and the violent dispersal of peaceful protesters.