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Wiggle and Ride with The Original PlasmaCar –

Outdoor toy season is going to be here before you know it!

What about a toy you can use inside and outside?

The Original PlasmaCar is a just that  –  an inside AND outside toy.


The Original PlasmaCar is a ride-on toy that does not have pedals, gears or a motor.  Instead the rider uses their body to wiggle their way around.

By using their own natural forces of inertia, centrifugal force, friction, and the PlasmaCar is naturally kid powered!



It is not recommended to use a PlasmaCar on wooden floors – as they can leave marks behind. MamatheFox’s floors have seen better days, that is why you can see this sweet PlasmaCar in action on my hardwood floors.


With 7 color options available, you can be sure to find the one perfect for the kids in your life.  When you have several kids, you know that while sharing is caring, it is also hard. If you want, you can purchase a PlasmaCar for each kid in their own color, so they can play together in a healthy and fun way.


Available now though Amazon (it’s Prime!)


There are so many wonderful features to the Original PlasmaCar. One of the best is the weight threshold can go up to 220 lbs! A grown mom and dad can easily play on the PlasmaCar too. Try it out and see the amusement, laughs and smiles that will surely be on your children’s faces.

It is ideal for children at least ages 3 and up. This is so they can figure out how to properly use and ride it. Having to use their body movements to get it goes and rolling takes some skill and body weight. When a child is 3 they are typically old enough, and large enough, to get their PlasmaCar going.



When putting together a PlasmaCar you have to pay attention to putting the steering wheel on. If you do not put it on the right direct AND if it is not tight enough, it will not work – and your kids will be sad and mad! I messed up putting the steering wheel on the first time by not tightening the bolt properly/tight enough. After stopping the tears I popped the yellow cap off (with a flat head screwdriver), adjusted the wheel to be on properly and tightened that bolt like crazy. It now works perfectly.





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