Monday, May 26, 2014

3 Awesome Electric Cars for Kids in 2014

I have met hundreds of youngsters who have cited afternoon cartoons as their number-one activity. Or tons of video games. And while I believe technology is an awesome leisure tool in moderation, one of the reasons I make these lists is to encourage kiddos to play outside.

And there are thousands of super-cool toys – such as the best kids’ electric cars in 2014 – that help children seek their childhood memories outdoors.

For your convenience, I have compiled a short-list of 3 awesome electric cars that are absolutely perfect for kids. Each one is designed for all-terrain use, and requires minimum charging time for maximum riding:


Power Wheels Dora the Explorer Lil’ Quad

This ride-on is oh-so-cute, and ideal for adventurous little ladies seeking their next backyard expedition. Dora and her friends are exploring their new surroundings from the front of a too-cool ATV – powered by your toddling tyke.

A large push-button starter allows new drivers to get accommodated to starting their ride-on, and the maximum speed reaches a thrilling, yet safe, 2mph. Also included is a nifty cargo rack for taking other toys on scenic drives around the garage.


Power Wheels Harley Davidson Rocker Ride-On Motorcycle

Truth be told, motorcycles and those who ride them have gotten a bad reputation in the past, but this Power Wheels Harley is 100% safe and secure. Your kiddo can look exactly like Mom or Dad while riding in style across all-terrain conditions. While the bike would work best on smooth pavement, the thick tires ensure an equally sleek, yet slightly slower, ride in grassy areas.

There are 6-volts of power within a rechargeable battery, launching the motorcycle to an exhilarating speed of 2.5mph. Plus, the push-button starter lets tiny toddlers learn how to “make it go” on their own.


Power Wheels Dune Racer

The coolest of this list (in my opinion), the Dune Racer can reach a top-speed of 5mph on any terrain. However, I most envision this beauty cruising along a clear seashore with a giggling youngster behind the wheel and family watching from a couple of steps behind.

And one of the great things about this ride-on is parental locks that give newbie drivers more control, while offering those aforementioned parents their peace of mind. The locks make 5mph an obsolete option, allowing new kiddos to get accustomed to driving at 2mph instead.

This one is a versatile trainer – perfect for all levels of little drivers.


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