No is the short answer, but the models that we carry with four motors can certainly tackle a wider variety of terrains, climb slightly steeper inclines and also carry more weight which is why many of them are two seat vehicles. Click this link for a completely listing of our Remote Control ride on 4WD vehicles with 4 motors
Most of these vehicles are also jeeps or trucks with an off-road look. Do not let this steer you away from the many cars we offer most of which have dual 12 volt motors which is plenty for street driving and short level grass.
Yes. All of the vehicles that are Two (2) seat or more vehicles will specifically say that there are two or more seats. Many times the factories will make a vehicle that appears to have two headrests, but is a ONE seat vehicle. Most of our two seat vehicles will say so right in the title of the product, although if it is not there it will definitely be in the bullet points of the specifications portion of the description.
This section will have all the two seat vehicles with remote control
If you are looking for a two seat vehicle that is NOT remote control then it is best to start in our 4 to 7 year old page and find a two seat vehicle there.
What do I do if I just assembled my brand new vehicle and it will not turn on or power up at all?
The reason we wanted to add this to the FAQ page is because most of the time when this happens it is for one of two reasons.
Can the remote control ride on cars be driven off-road?
Yes and no is the answer for this one. The 6 volt vehicles must stay on mostly flat hard surfaces. The 12 volt vehicles will have enough power to drive on very well kept grass...
One of the most common questions we get when folks call us is to see if there is assembly required.
Yes, there is some assembly required with the toddler ride on vehicles we sell...