Best Choice Products 12V Ride On Car Truck w/ Remote Control, 3 Speeds, Spring Suspension, LED Light Black

January 2, 2020 - Comment

Nothing’s better than cruising in your truck, the sun shining down, and a juice box in hand. Start ’em young and add a car to the garage with this ride-on truck, complete with in-car and remote-control steering. Adventure awaits: get some grass in the treads of those traction wheels and conquer the backyard with a

Nothing’s better than cruising in your truck, the sun shining down, and a juice box in hand. Start ’em young and add a car to the garage with this ride-on truck, complete with in-car and remote-control steering. Adventure awaits: get some grass in the treads of those traction wheels and conquer the backyard with a spring suspension system. Our trucks are built large, scaled small, for your little one’s biggest adventures.

Specifications:
Overall Dimensions: 45″(L) x 31″(W) x 31″(H)
Seat: 15.5″(L) x 7.5″(W)
Wheels: 14″(Dia) each
Weight Capacity: 65 lbs.
Weight: 45 lbs.
Material: ABS Plastic
Car Battery: Rechargeable 12V 7Ah (included)
Controller Battery: (2) 1.5 AAA (not included)
Charge Time: 8-12 hrs
Run Time: 1-2 hrs
Speed Range: 1.75-3.75 mph
Recommended for ages: 3+ years
Assembly required (with instructions)

Package Includes:
Ride on car
AC charger
Remote control
AUX cord

Product Features

  • REALISTIC DESIGN: Made with an adjustable seatbelt for safety, bright LED lights, and a 12V motor with 3 speed options: low/medium/high (3.7mph max)
  • MANUAL AND REMOTE CONTROL: Let your child drive manually or use the remote control to safely guide them yourself; remote has forward/reverse controls and speed selection
  • STYLISH AND DURABLE: Crafted with a durable, non-toxic plastic body and 14-inch traction wheels with a spring suspension system for outdoor adventures in grass or dirt
  • CONNECT YOUR MUSIC: A built-in AUX outlet allows kids to plug in media devices to drive while jamming to their own selection of music
  • RECHARGEABLE BATTERY: A charger and rechargeable battery are included, so you can always rev up the fun for your child; OVERALL DIMENSIONS: 45″(L) x 31″(W) x 31″(H); Weight Capacity: 65 lbs.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Fun I scanned all the reviews before purchasing and I recall some of the bad comments so I’d like to make it easier for people purchasing this. It’s a great toy and it’s also easy to modify almost everything on it. I’ve purchased a 5 point harness(https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01HEXS2I2/) for my 1 year old, and some jeep decals so far. The wheels are plastic, which I’m looking to replace at some point but I haven’t found suitable wheels yet. The rear wheels have a rubber band, I assume for traction. The turning on pavement is a little jerky and so is the stop/starting sometimes but it has good torque. Assembly was longer than stated from most people, which took me about 1 hour including unboxing. The seat is a semi hard plastic which I’m thinking of replacing or buying (https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00FZGLHYM) for padding or replacing the seat entirely.Pointers:The rear axle is attached to the inside of the jeep by two plastic clips. It sorta looks like its part of…

Anonymous says:

it was all good reinforced nylon and the fit and finish in assembly … Can’t complain. My 2 year old and I have put this machine to the test. It’s ran through tall grass, up and down hills, and all over the countryside. It may not be the fastest machine on the block, but it doesn’t quit. I have upgraded the stock 7AH battery to twin 12AH units as there’s a precast 2nd battery housing in the passenger side engine bay, and I routed the radio antenna up through the windshield housing which greatly improved the radio reception. However, if you do add a second battery, please make sure they’re wired in parallel, as wiring them in series will produce 24V, and burn up either the motors or gearboxes in very short order. On that note, while I was replacing the stock 18? 16?ga. wiring to the motors with 12ga. to ensure the most efficient power transmission, I split apart one of the gearboxes and was rather impressed. While everything was of course plastic, it was all good reinforced nylon and the fit and finish in assembly seemed solid. I would venture…

Anonymous says:

That was my bad for buying it to early Bought this for my son’s 2nd birthday. Made the mistake of buying it a 6 weeks prior to his birthday which essentially meant that almost half of the 90 day warranty period expired. That was my bad for buying it to early. He has used the Jeep on and off since September, but not more than 10 times as he is still a bit young for it. We got it out this weekend to play with and it turns on, but won’t drive. We went back to the manual which did not help, we have reached out to their customer support for help, but all we were told was the product is outside of the 90 day warranty. Not even any help in regards to paying for replacement parts to get it fixed. Bad experience.Bottom line: 90 DAY WARRANTY – Be Careful. Poor customer support – Product shouldn’t break after minimal usage.

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