Can Power Wheels Get Wet?

Can Power Wheels Get Wet?

There is nothing as fun as being a kid in a new Power Wheels zooming down the road. For the parent, the tricky part comes when they want to take it through puddles and wonder where to store the Power Wheel. After all, they are a bigger expense, and you don't want to...
How to Lift a Power Wheels

How to Lift a Power Wheels

There are several reasons to give your kid’s Power Wheels a lift.  Some parents might get a kick out of such a fun and informative project.  In other cases, lifting a Power Wheels is the only way to give it enough ground clearance in bumpy areas. How do you...
How To Fix Power Wheels Steering

How To Fix Power Wheels Steering

Power Wheels are prone to steering issues, which detracts from the overall enjoyability of the ride for your child. The good news is that this problem can be fixed with a simple repair that won't require you to buy a brand new ride. The repair/troubleshooting process...
How Power Wheels Work

How Power Wheels Work

Power wheels have become one of the most popular ways to give children their first taste of driving. While they won't be going on roads, they are a great way to teach your children about safety while in vehicles, and they are also a lot of fun for them. However, it's...
Do Power Wheels Have Brakes?

Do Power Wheels Have Brakes?

Power wheels are designed to be used on flat surfaces so they can stop quickly. Power wheels have a specific braking system that works well on flat surfaces but have trouble on hills. Most Power Wheels do have brakes. Their braking system works by shorting the motor...
How to Fix Power Wheels Tires

How to Fix Power Wheels Tires

Wear and tear can wreak havoc on Power Wheels tires, and there is usually nothing that you can do to prevent it. Plastic will deteriorate over time when exposed to the elements. Power Wheels tires are typically made of thick plastic and can take quite the beating, so...