Electric Ride On Car Batteries
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Replacement Batteries for Electric Ride on CarsIf your kid's ride-on car has stopped working as well as it once did, Electric Ride On Cars has got fresh replacement batteries in stock that'll get that car back in gear in no time. No need to panic-buy a new kids electric car just yet. It may just need a quality replacement battery to get your kids’ ride-on car back up and running!
Buying ride-on car batteriesThe most important thing here is ensuring you purchase the correct replacement battery for your kids' ride-on car. Each vehicle comes with an existing battery with specific specs. Usually, you can look at the battery or check the user manual to determine which battery type it requires. For example, our Kids Mercedes G Wagon Electric Ride On Car requires a 12v 7ah Battery Replacement 6fm7 battery. Or we also stock the Replacement Battery For Ride on Car 6V 7AH 3FM7, which is suitable for a range of 6V ride on kids’ electric cars. But you’ll need to ensure the dimensions are suitable for the battery fitment in your specific model. It's not only batteries that need replacing. It could be something else small, like replacement ride on car wing mirrors to help spruce up your kid’s ride or spare ride on car remotes to make sure nothing interrupts their play.
Looking after your new replacement ride on car batteryWhen you get your new battery for your child’s electric ride on car, there are a few things to know about keeping it in tip-top shape.
- Keep the battery out of direct sunlight and high temperatures: It’s best to charge your electric ride-on cars in a shaded area like a garage. High heat can damage the toy battery.
- Unplug the battery when not in use for long durations: If you’re off on an extended holiday and know that your kids won't be using their electric car for a while, unplug the battery from the car to avoid corrosion.
- Over over or undercharging: Unless your kids use their ride-on car every day, there is no need to keep the battery on 100% power. Let the battery run down, then charge it up before using it again. Over or undercharging can significantly reduce the ride-on car battery life. For guidance, stick to the exact battery charging times outlined in this guide - How Long Does It Take to Charge a Kid’s Electric Car?