FAQ’s

  • Do the cars come with warranty?
    • Yes they sure do.
    • We offer six months parts replacement, so if something is not working as it should, we’ll replace the part of you.
    • Click here to read our full warranty information.
  • How can I pay for my new ride-on car?
    • We accept Credit Cards, PayPal, and Bank transfer.

      We also accept cash on pick up from our Sydney showroom.

      To process online payments we use PayPal.  You do not need a PayPal account, you can just use a credit card.
  • How difficult is it to assemble?
    • Every vehicle we sell requires some assembly, depending on the model of car you purchase.
    • It is not difficult and clear instructions are provided.
    • Approximate assembly time is 25 minutes to 40 minutes.
    • If you visit our Sydney showroom we can provide the extra service of assembly for you.
  • How do I maintain the vehicle?
  • View or download our Maintenance Tips  and/or our  Trouble-shooting Guide.
  • How fast will the car or bike go?
  • 12 volt - 5km to 8km per hour.
  • How long can I charge the battery?
    • Maximum of 10 hours of continuous charging.
    • Exceeding 10 hours can damage the cells in the battery.
    • The battery needs to be charged at least monthly, even if it has not been used. If the battery cells are not charged for a long period of time the battery can be damaged.
  • How long does delivery take?
  • Depending on where you are having your new ride on car delivered, most deliveries are made within 2–10 days.
  • How long will the battery last?
    • On average a fully charged battery will last 1 to 2 hours.
    • This depends on the age and weight of the child and also on the surface that the car is ridden on.
  • On what surface can my child ride the car?
    • The car runs perfectly on all hard and flat surfaces, for example on tiles and concrete etc.
      They can go on some grass type areas, but at a reduced speed.
    • The ride on cars should not be ridden on wet or muddy surfaces.
    • The ride on cars should not be ridden on sand.
  • What if I need help?
  • You can phone or email us at  A1 Cars For Kids.  You can also visit our Sydney Showroom.


    You can download our Maintenance Tips  and/or our  Trouble-shooting Guide.
  • What’s the difference between 12 Volt, 24 Volt, 48 Volt ?
    • By doubling the voltage you get double the power.
    • The higher the voltage (power) the bigger the components need to be and the more expensive to buy and to run.
  • What’s the recommended age for these ride on cars?
    • Most of our models have a high and low speed, so the adult can adjust the speed setting.
    • Our models range from a recommended age of 2years to 7 years of age.
    • When selecting a ride on car, we have provided age recommendations as part of the description for each product on our website.

I highly recommend A1 cars for kids. I went into their show-room to purchase a car, there was so many good cars. It was great to be able to view all the products before we purchased, highly recommended.


Brian King - Sydney

Brilliant toy, my 3 year old loves it. The remote control is great because while he' learning to steer I'm able to help keep him from running into things, especially when we go for a drive around the block.


Craig Burman - Melbourne

A1 cars are very helpful and their prices are excellent. Without doubt I'd highly recommend them for kids electric cars. Plus we love bragging that we own a Mercedes.


Luke Hayes - Sydney

Hi guys I just wanted to say thank you so much for the car my daughter absolutely loves it. You provide great customer service, very helpful.


Mary-Anne Ellis - Adelaide

Thank you, my nephew absolutely loves his new ford ranger. He told me it was the best present ever. I’m very happy, it was worth every penny and more.


Morgan Douglas - Sydney

My girls have not stopped driving their cars, they absolutely love them. The cars are really well made with lots of great features such as comfy seats, music, lights and mag wheels.


Shelley Jackson - Brisbane