These simple DIY tips will keep your child's ride-on in tip-top shape.
Give it a regular wash: Dust, dirt, and grime can build up and affect performance. Use a damp cloth and mild soap to scrub down the body, wheels, and chassis. Don't forget the underside!
Check the pressure: Underinflated tires can drain the battery and make steering sluggish. Use a tire gauge and pump them up to the manufacturer's recommended pressure.
Charge it up: Electric cars need regular charging to avoid dead batteries. Follow the manufacturer's charging instructions and avoid overcharging.
Listen for unusual noises: Grinding, squeaking, or excessive clicking could indicate a problem with the motor or internal components. Consult the manual or seek professional help if needed.
Regularly check for loose bolts and screws. Tighten them to prevent potential hazards.