The Plasma Car sent me a car to review and they asked that I don’t post any pictures of my kids using it. The reason being, my kids don’t fit the regulated safety guides and they don’t want to endorse using the plasma car unsafely.
I’m glad they have that restriction and at the same time, I want to show you how much fun my kids are having on it. My daughter is two and she loves it. She’s been going up and down the hallway and my 1 year old sometimes pushes her. It’s so cute to see them play on it together.
My son uses it in all the dangerous ways that the Plasma Car doesn’t want me to show you. He’s one and he knows that he can climb on it to climb on other things. He pushes it to the wall and he’ll stand on it. I’ve seen him use it like a scooter. I look at him and sometimes I wonder, how old are you really? He once sat on it correctly and was only able to go backwards and decided that scooter mode was much better.
This toy is made for the energetic child like my son. He has so much energy and creativity and he seems to use both on the Plasma Car. My daughter loves it to and it just excites me to see her playing. It excites me to see both of them playing.
The assembly is a little complicated. Well, only the very last step is complicated. You have to get the last step exactly right and it has to be tight enough otherwise the car doesn’t work. The car works by steering the wheel back and fourth. This motion moves the wheels back and fourth and this creates forwards or backwards motion depending on if the larger wheels are on the front or back. This is why it’s great for kids, all the motion is created by them. I love it. You can purchase one at Amazon.