Universal instructions for electric driving toys (electric cars for children)

  1. Before you start assembling your kids ride-on, quad or motorcycle, check that all parts are complete. You can find all parts on the pictures/photos in the English manual. Parts can be hidden anywhere, for example under the seat, the hood or on the lower chassis.
  2. There may be times when you can skip some steps because parts are already installed at the factory. As electric kids' vehicles, quads and kids' motorcycles offer more and more options, certain options or parts may not be shown or described, or may be shown or described differently. Of course, you can always contact your supplier if you have any questions or need more information.
  3. Connect the red battery cable to the red battery terminal. The black battery cable is almost always connected at the factory. In most models, the batteries can be found under the seat. In some cases, the battery is located under the hood.
  4. Connect the battery cables correctly to the battery terminals. Red cable to the red terminal and black cable to the black terminal. Sometimes plastic sleeves are attached to the battery terminals at the factory. You should remove these before connecting the cables to the battery.
  5. Attention: With a 12-volt version with 2x 6-volt batteries, you have a total of 4 battery poles, namely 2 red and 2 black poles. 3 of the 4 battery poles are occupied at the factory. You then only need to connect the loose red cable to the red battery pole.
  6. Guide the rear axle (if not pre-assembled) from below through the holes provided at the rear end of the chassis.
  7. If your child's vehicle has supports for the front and rear bumpers as well as for both sides and these are not pre-assembled, you must attach them with the screws provided.
  8. Route the drives onto the rear axle, making sure that the cables with the connector(s) and the electric motor are visible through the larger hole in the car under the seat. Pay attention: Both drives are usually marked with a sticker "L" for left and "R" for right. In this case, you must take this into account when fitting.
  9. Plug the drive connector into the appropriate connector located under the seat. If you have a model with 2 drives, you will need to connect both drives.
  10. If you have a single-drive model, you only need to connect one drive. The English instructions show which side you need to mount the drive on.
  11. The order of assembly of the drive, rear wheels and front wheels is as follows. Be careful not to over-tighten the nuts. Both front wheels must still be able to rotate freely. A small amount of play in the wheels is normal.
  12. If you have cotter pins instead of nuts, you will need to insert the cotter pins into the holes at both ends of the rear and front axles and bend them as shown below. Always use a washer. This will hold the wheels securely in place.
  13. If you have a model with locking clips, you must secure the wheels with the clips provided. Always use a washer.
  14. If you have a model with locking caps, you must secure the wheels with the caps provided. Always use a washer.
  15. If you have wheels with a click system, the wheels are easy to install by sliding them over the front and rear axle until they click into place. Removing wheels is done by pressing the button in the middle of the wheel.

  1. For some models you have to connect the steering rod to the steering motor yourself. Here is the most common model:
    A. Insert the gear adapter '1' into the steering motor.
    B. Push the long straight end of the steering rod '2' through the round holes in the gear adapter and the steering motor. So the steering rod is mounted on the bottom of the car and pushed all the way up through the hole in the dashboard.
    C. You need to fix the gear adapter '1' to the steering rod '2' using the screw and nut '3' provided. This is very important. This will make the wheels turn left/right when you control the car with the remote control.
    D. Place the bent end of the handlebar into the opening in the front axle and secure it with the washer and cotter pin '5' provided. Bend the cotter pin so that the handlebar can no longer pass through the opening.
  2. Mount the steering wheel on the handlebar:
    A. If there is a connector with wires hanging from the bottom of the steering wheel, you need to connect it to the connector that comes out of the dashboard. B. If the steering wheel needs batteries to work for the sound buttons, you can unscrew the cover to insert batteries.
  3. Then assemble all remaining parts as shown in the English instructions. This includes the mirrors, windshield, seat, spoiler, etc. (if applicable and if not already pre-assembled).
  4. It is common to have some screws, nuts, cotter pins or other parts left over. These have been supplied separately.
  5. If necessary, activate the remote control as described and illustrated further in this manual.
  • Read the instructions completely for use and safety.
  • Use your electric toy as recommended. This is both in the interest of your safety and that of your children and to protect your warranty claim.
  • Store your electric driving toy in a dry and insulated room.
  • Frost and/or moisture can cause complete or partial damage to your electric driving toy. Unfortunately, damage caused by frost or moisture is not covered by the warranty.
  • Battery and charging instructions:
    5.1. Before charging the battery for the first time, check that the red and black cables are connected to the red and black battery terminals.
    5.2. Before charging the battery for the first time, check whether your electric driving toy already turns on and possibly works. Batteries come from the factory with enough voltage to turn on your electric driving toy and possibly make it run.
    5.3. You need to charge the battery for 12 hours the first time.
    5.4. After the first charge, you can always charge the battery for 8 hours.
    5.5. Turn off the car while charging.
    5.6. To ensure a long battery life, we recommend that you always fully charge the battery and let it run dry. So don't keep recharging the battery when it is not completely empty. It is only time to recharge the battery when your electric driving toy is almost at a standstill.
    5.7. Keep the battery active by using it regularly and recharging it in a timely manner.
    5.8. Avoid completely discharging your battery! If you are not going to use the toy for a long period, connect the battery to a trickle charger (if available). Or charge the battery once a month and then disconnect the cables from the battery, i.e. detach them from the battery terminals.
  • Although manufacturers usually specify an age range of 3 to 7 years, practice shows that children up to 5 or a maximum of 6 years can use the electric toy. Children aged 5 or 6 and above no longer fit (reasonably) in an electric children's vehicle or on a quad or children's motorcycle. A shorter age range is specified for a small model or a 6-volt model.
  • The practical age information is given for each product on the website. This can vary from product to product.
  • We recommend that you use the product under full adult supervision at all times.
  • Despite the fact that products (if applicable) have a remote control, we recommend that you always walk with your child, including when operating the toy with the remote control.
  • In practice, electric driving toys are used for quite young children, namely from the moment when children can already sit comfortably. This is the responsibility of the parents themselves. In this case, you must be especially vigilant. Full supervision is more than recommended.
  • Never use your electric child vehicle, quad or motorcycle on public roads or cycle paths.
  • Use your electric children's vehicle, quad or motorcycle in parks, on private property or on the sidewalk.
  • Do not use your electric child vehicle, quad or motorcycle in the dark.
  • Do not leave the charger within reach of children.
  • Do not leave the toy on the charger when you are not present (at home).
  • Never charge the battery for longer than 15 hours.
  • Children’s vehicle, quad or children’s motorcycle does not start:
    A. Check if the battery cables (red and black) are connected.
    B. Sometimes the factory puts plastic covers over one of the battery terminals, so you should remove these before connecting the cables to the battery.
    C. If the charger is connected to the charging port, you must first remove the charger from the charging port. Otherwise, due to a safety feature, the toy will not start.

  • Children’s vehicle/quad starts but does not move forward/backward:
    A. When driving, check that the accelerator pedal or the Manual/RC or Pedal/RC switch is set to Pedal (if equipped).
    B. When driving with the remote control, check that the “Manual/RC” or “Pedal/RC” switch is set to “RC” (if switch is available).
    C. When driving, check that the accelerator pedal or forward/reverse switch or lever is in the forward or reverse position and not in neutral.
    D. When driving, check that the accelerator pedal or the “Low speed / High speed” switch is in the low or high position and not in neutral (if equipped).
    E. Check if the plugs of the drives are connected and if they are properly connected. If it is time to recharge the battery when your electric driving toy almost stops moving forward.

The remote control does not respond (if applicable):
  • A. Check that you have placed the correct batteries in the correct orientation in the remote control.
  • B. Use new batteries. If the remote control has one or more lights, they should be lit or flashing.
  • C. If your child's ride-on vehicle has a switch labeled "Manual/RC" or "Pedal/RC," you must set the switch to "RC." RC stands for Remote Control.
  • D. Has the remote control been paired according to the user manual?

Pair remote control (if applicable):
  • A. If you have a 2.4 GHz remote control with an activation button, you must pair it with your child's vehicle the first time. The pairing process also applies if you replace the remote control batteries in the future. Pairing is done as follows: Insert new batteries into the remote control, the lights on the remote control will start to flash, press the "car_select" or "frequency" button on the remote control and hold it down for 3 seconds, then switch on your child's vehicle/quad and only then release the "car_select" or "frequency" button. The lights on the remote control will light up differently (burn continuously or flash at a different frequency). Your remote control is now paired. Try to control your child's vehicle/quad with the remote control.

  • Other types of 2.4 GHz remotes without an activation button, activate by inserting new batteries into the remote, the lights on the remote will start to flash, after 3 seconds turn on your child's vehicle, the lights on the remote will stay on continuously instead of flashing. This means your remote is paired. Try to control your child's vehicle with the remote.

  • If you replace batteries in the future, you will need to pair the remote control again.
  • C. Pairing a 27MHz or 40MHz remote is not necessary. Put fresh batteries in the remote, turn on the remote (if there is an on/off switch), set the "Manual/RC" or "Pedal/RC" switch on your ride-on vehicle to "RC" (if applicable). Use the remote to control your ride-on vehicle forward/backward and left/right.

There is no sound (horn or music) coming from the child vehicle/quad:
  • A. Check if the volume is turned on.
  • B. Is the AUX cable (short audio cable) plugged into the AUX input (MP3 input)? In this case, the speaker on most models of children's vehicles/quads will not work. Even if no MP3 player is connected.
  • C. If there is a connector with wires hanging from the bottom of the steering wheel, you need to connect it to the connector coming from the dashboard.
  • D. If batteries are required in the steering wheel for the sound buttons to function, check for new batteries in the steering wheel.
  • E. If you have checked everything and it still doesn't work, you should contact your supplier.

Repairs should only be carried out by qualified personnel. Repairs carried out by unqualified persons may pose unforeseen risks to the user or the product, for which the manufacturer/supplier cannot be held liable. We recommend that you only carry out minor repairs or replace parts after consulting your supplier. Carrying out repairs or replacing parts without consulting your supplier may invalidate your warranty.
A contribution to protecting our environment:
Electric toys or parts thereof may contain substances that are harmful to the environment. Never dispose of your electric toys or parts thereof in household waste. Instead, take them to a municipal collection point or recycling center. Collection points and recycling centers will ensure that reusable parts are recycled and disposed of correctly, where appropriate. Ask your supplier for information if necessary.
If you still have questions despite the instructions and information on the website, please feel free to contact us for additional support.