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Encourage active play and engage your child's imagination with the lightweight Kid-O Go Car. This pushable, rollable, graspable vehicle gets young drivers excited and improves hand-eye coordination in ages 1 and up. It’s a great complement to our Tip Trucks, Tug Boats, and Air Planes for any child who’s into transport or travel.
The gracefully curving roof does double-duty as a built-in handle that can be easily grasped for pushing and rolling. It’s also easy to lift. Rubber-coated wheels glide smoothly along any path.
The Go Car, Kid O’s best-selling vehicle, is made of durable ABS plastic (PVC-, phthalate-, and BPA-free) that comes in four super-saturated, shiny colors. Kids can take it for a spin indoors or out, on a variety of surfaces and, even with rough play, the durable, shock-resistant construction won’t break or shatter.
This is a cute, sturdy toy for my grandson. Fits nicely in tiny hands!Published 2 days ago by Cynthia Nations
One of the first push toys for my great-grandson when he started crawling. It was a hit!Published 8 days ago by Gloria Koch
This is a great little car for babies to push around. The quality is amazing and it's super cute too!Published 13 days ago by MomInFL
Got this for my grandson and I think he will love it. He's just getting into cars at 1 year old, and I like the smooth design of this; easy for him to get a grip on it and play... Read morePublished 19 days ago by Sherry Thomas
So lightweight, adorable and sturdy! Love these cars and, more importantly, so do our 15 month old twin grandchildren! Definitely recommend!Published 20 days ago by Nanashopper
Very cute toddler toys. Wish they could be manufactured in the US rather than China.Published 29 days ago by JoAnn Walker
Bought as a gift for a child just starting to crawl. Very popular toy.Published 1 month ago by Marlie Griffin