Lowrider Power Wheels

Lowrider Power Wheels

If you are looking for lowrider Power Wheels, you will discover that you are in good company. While many people immediately think of trucks or SUVs when they consider ride-on toys, there are plenty of lowriders to consider as well. You might be wondering what some...
Old Power Wheels

Old Power Wheels

Power Wheels has been the top brand for ride-on toys for decades. This means you could come across very old Power Wheels from time to time, and some people even look for them. An older Power Wheels can still be very useful.  There are a number of things that can...
Power Wheels Accessories

Power Wheels Accessories

We live in a world where just about anything can be accessorized or customized to match our personalities and lifestyles. You have likely noticed that people have begun to accessorize their children's Power Wheels™. You may be wondering what features people are...
How to Fix a Power Wheels Foot Pedal

How to Fix a Power Wheels Foot Pedal

Power Wheels Foot Pedal Your Power Wheels car can be a lot of fun to play with and provides lots of enjoyment. But when the pedal gets stuck and stops working, it can ruin the fun. If the pedal stops for you, does that mean you can’t use the car any longer? When a...

Can You Paint Power Wheels?

Water-based paint is fine for most surfaces on a Power Wheels toy, but you'll want to use paint specially designed for plastics and rubbers. You'll have to wait until the paint has cured before handling your Power Wheels toys because otherwise, it may either peel off...

Parent Controlled Power Wheels

Kids driving around in automobiles sounds far-fetched, but Power Wheels give them the power of a vehicle at very early ages. Some kids might be a little too young or immature for the speed and action of actual Power Wheels. In this case, some parents look for ways of...