Mom Always Finds Out is a Toy State Test Driver. This means my family gets the chance to try out all sorts of things like these RC Cars for kids and other cool vehicle toys so I can tell you all about it. All opinions expressed are my own.
Kids who love to play with cars, trucks, and toy construction machines can find an endless supply of fun at Toy State. One of my boys’ favorite types of toy vehicles are remote control cars. The Motor Muscle R/C Cars are a great pick for young kids because they are budget-friendly (priced under $20!) and gives you a lot of bang for your buck.
Motor Muscles come in ’60s and ’70s classic muscle car styles. The R/C cars have a forward and a reverse, ability to turn and run best on flat, smooth surfaces. The kid-friendly remote makes it easy for kids ages 7 and up to drive the car. See our Motor Muscle R/C car in action with a 9-year-old driver:
The Rock & Roller ($12.99) is a cool-looking classic Dragster style car that plays tunes! My 2 and 4-year old love to push buttons on toy cars – so this was right up their alley. The Dragster has buttons to push for lights, music and engine sounds! It also moves in forward and reverse action.
The Maximum Boost ($17.99) vehicle had a few surprises in store for my kids. Push a button and this car can take off really fast with its Rocket Boost action. It’s also equipped with lights, sounds and the ability to pop a wheelie! It zooms forward across the room at lightning speeds.
WHERE TO BUY:
Motor Muscles R/C Cars, Rock & Roller and Maximum Boost are available wherever toys are sold including Walmart and Amazon.com.
Do your kids like R/C cars? Are they into lights and sounds cars? Which one of the three Toy State vehicles reviewed above would they like best? Let me know what you think in the comments below.