You should find all the help you need to use our site here. We also have a list of the questions most often asked by our other customers, and a feature comparison table for all of our models, so you can compare specifications and features at a glance. If you can't find what you need, please contact us and we will do our best to help.
Ride On Car Features
Horn and turn sounds
The steering wheel has buttons which make horn and turn left/right sounds, and also plays music!
This is the suitable age range, to be used as a guide only. Cars with the parental remote could be used by younger children.
6V battery and charger
The car features a re-chargeable 6V sealed lead acid battery and mains powered UK charger.
This is the maximum weight limit recommended by the manufacturer.
This allows the controls inside the car to be disabled and over-ridden by the full function parental remote control.
Child seat belt
Keep your little one securely strapped in with the integrated, adjustable seat belt.
Working headlights and tail lights when the car is in motion.
Plug in any standard mp3 player, cd walkman or radio and play your tunes through the built in amplifier and speaker!
Recycling Household Electrical Equipment
With effect from July 2007, the UK's Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Regulations require that all producers of electrical equipment are now obliged to pay for recycling of household electrical goods, where previously this bill was met by councils or items were not recycled at all. These regulations also require that all retailers both actively assist in delivering a UK wide WEEE collection infrastructure and encourage the participation of consumers in recycling electronic equipment.
So that you can get your waste electrical goods recycled, Ride on Cars has contributed towards a national fund to assist local councils to further develop their existing waste electronics collection facilities, which will in turn allow producers of this equipment to meet their obligations.
Not all council sites are suitable to collect all types of waste electrical goods but to find out your nearest participating site (including other collection facilities that may not be operated by the council) and for advice on all aspects of recycling at home, please visit www.recycle-more.co.uk. You can use your postcode to find local recycling facilities where you can take your unwanted items.
Electronic waste is one of the fastest growing waste streams and much of it can be recycled and resources recovered to make new consumer goods. To remind consumers of the collection methods available, which in turn allow recycling to take place, all electrical items sold now carry the 'crossed out wheeled bin' symbol. To ensure your waste electronics don't contribute to damaging the environment, visit www.recycle-more.co.uk for further details on how to recycle more efficiently.