Let’s take a step back to define what cars for children are in case some clueless is reading us. Children’s cars are toys designed to simulate the shape and mechanism of a real vehicle. They are made of plastic and / or metal and incorporate different accessories to make their use more fun.
Multiple studies have proven that cars for children are very beneficial for their development, which is why more and more parents decide to buy these functional and entertaining toys.
How cars for children work: Types
The cars for children are divided into three different types, each representing an excellent option for children of different age groups.
Pedal Cars – The operation of the Pedal Cars or Karts with Pedals is very basic. Its system is tied to the front rim, so, technically they have pedals that go in the rim of the rim that cause the movement from top to bottom, causing the car to move. There are more advanced systems for pedaling on the sides of the chassis, but they have the same function: to make the car move. They can be one or two places, that is, for one or two children.
Electric Cars – Electric Cars for Children are vehicles that come with one or two batteries to recharge. They work with a low power electric motor and have more accessories like: lights, radio, sounds, horn, etc. … They are a little more expensive than the pedal cars generally, however, there are models at a very good price considering their characteristic. They come with more plastic than metal parts. These battery-operated cars are easy to use, they are for the child to use only an acceleration lever or acceleration pedal and a brake. Some models incorporate a lever for the gears or speeds and even a remote control or remote control, being in this case RC cars.
O Cars to Push – Cars to push are manufactured especially for children of age to learn to walk. They can be very varied and colorful, and are very easy to mobilize.