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Today, there are many models in battery powered cars for both boys and girls. Here are the answers to the questions about the cordless cars;Who is suitable for cordless cars?Battery powered cars are suitable for children 12 months and older. It is possible to find different battery cars in proportion to their physical development from 12 months to 6 years.SecurityBattery-powered cars are classified as toys used by children without parental support. For this reason, it is necessary to pay attention to safety in order to avoid any harm to children in battery powered cars. At this point, models that allow the child to fasten at a certain limit, which can be fastened with a belt, will be safer. However, there is a more gradual transition in the braking system.Things to consider when buying a battery-powered car• Check that the battery-powered car is suitable for your child's age. Product descriptions include how many years of product the product is made for. • The cordless car must have a “Warranty Certificate • • The material used in the manufacture of the cordless car should not be harmful to your child's health • CE Certificate is a must in a cordless car. Also, check that there are safety warnings on the battery-powered trolley: • Make sure that the model you are buying does not have sharp or sharp edges that may cause harm to your baby • Make sure that the battery location is covered with screws • The capacity of the battery and the driving power of your child's battery trolley • It should not discharge the chemicals found in every battery-powered product. Make sure that quality products are used in making the product for your child's health. Remember to check the battery of the product you receive frequently after buying a battery-powered car. You can improve your child's driving skills and share driving pleasure with your child by guiding your child in the use of battery powered cars.