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Best Power Wheel Kids Love To Race


Fisher-Price Power Wheels Corvette Stingray 12-Volt Battery Powered Ride-On, Red

Like its adult-sized version, the Fisher-Price Power Wheels Corvette C7 12-Volt Battery-Powered Ride-On is engineered to be sleek and sporty. From its clean lines and chrome wheels down to the hood vent and special clear-lens headlights, it's sure to make any little one feel what it must be like to drive the real deal!

PowerWheels Racing - NIMBY Ferrari Kart FIRE!! (Maker Faire 2013)

This was my first and only race of the day (5/18 at 2:30 PM) because my motor caught on fire a few laps in. Gotta love how the audience was yelling at me to keep going while smoke was billowing out the back LOL!

Power Wheels Race Disney Princess vs Police Charger

A Power Wheels Race between the Disney Princess Mustang and the Avigo Police Dodge Charger! Drivers are Amy and Emily from the YouTube Channel Upon Further Review 1, located here:

Power Wheels Race - 5 Racing Cars!

This time we race five cars at once! The electric ride on cars are stock 12v (not modified) and include the Kid Trax Dodge Ram, the Fisher-Price Power Wheels Ford F-150 Raptor, the Power Wheels Ford Mustang, the Avigo Mini Cooper S, and the Power Wheels Disney Princess Ford Mustang!

Power Wheels Drag Race - Maker Faire Detroit

Here is the Power Wheels Drag Race from the Power Wheels Racing Series event in Maker Faire Detroit July 30th, 2011.

Viper 16-Volt Battery-Powered Ride-On

Wow! The new SRT Viper looks amazing. Your children will think they're driving the real thing with a top speed of seven mph and tons of features just like the real SRT Viper - including realistic engine sounds, FM radio with MP3 player input and working LED lights.

Top 10 Electric Cars For Kids

Discover the top 10 electric cars for kids to ride on. Nothing is as much fun for youngsters as pretending they can drive. Didn't you ever make your own car? I can remember using a plunger as the stick shift as we only had manual cars when I was growi...