This kids police car has all the bells and whistles, from flashing red and blue lights, realistic siren sounds and also a working walkie talkie. It has incredible attention to detail and comes with a whole new level of fantastic features making this ride on Jeep one of the best available in the market.
With opening doors, bonnet and tailgate, this police toy car is so life like. Additional extras include key start for life like experience. Full working LED lights and noise reduction EVA rubber wheels.
With its cool police car decals this kids police car is perfect for any little crime fighters dream to come true.
Kids Police Car – Ford Ranger Raptor FEATURES
Licensed By Ford 2.4G Parental Remote Control USB/SD Connectivity AUX input for use with MP3 players Radio Sound Controls Music Sound Buttons on Steering Wheel Start-up Sounds Flashing Police lights at front Forward and Reverse Gears Power Indicators Spring Suspension LED Lights Front and Rear Opening Doors Opening Hood Three way Key Start Carry handle Safety Belt EVA Noise Reduction Wheels Black Faux Leather Seats Motors: 4 Battery: 12V10AH
You can relax in confidence that this Kids Ranger Raptor also comes with a parental remote which is one of its most popular safety features with our customers. With just a flick of a switch it allows you to select between manual mode or remote. In manual mode, the car is controlled using the steering wheel and pedals, while in remote mode, these are disabled and the car is instead controlled by the remote control handset, giving parents peace of mind.
This official licensed Ford Ranger Raptor kids electric car is suitable for children aged 2 – 5years and features a 12V 10Ah battery to hold plenty of charge and 4 motors giving an average speed of 3mph and comes complete with UK Charger, assembly instructions and all the necessary accessories.
A police car (also called a police cruiser, police interceptor, patrol car, cop car, prowler, squad car, radio car, or radio motor patrol (RMP)) is a ground vehicle used by police for transportation during patrols and to enable them to respond to incidents and chases.
The first ever police car was bought in Akron, Ohio in 1899; its first assignment was to pick up a drunk man.