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The Top 5 Reasons to Choose Ride On Toys as Gifts

The Top 5 Reasons to Choose Ride On Toys as Gifts


(Image: used with kind permission from Kimberley Morgan)

Is there such a thing as the perfect gift?

Probably not, but there are some gifts that come close.

Whether you’re trying to look for something crafty, educational or just for sheer pleasure, there’s a perfect gift out there for you.

The most important thing is choosing the right gift that brings the most joy and pleasure for your kid.

There’s nothing quite like seeing their little faces light up as they unpack their present not expecting what they are about to receive.

Purchasing a ride on toy might not be first on your list of presents. But, there are some benefits you may not have heard of.

Encouraging outdoor play

Here at RiiRoo, our main objective is to promote more indoor and outdoor play. The indoor play side of things is easy. However, getting a lot of kids to play outside is a little harder.

For that reason, buying your kids ride on toys actively encourages them to explore the great outdoors under your supervision.

The idea is to get them off those distracting screens and socialising and mixing with the kids in the neighborhood.

There’s no reason why other kids in the neighborhood can’t share in the joy and excitement of playing with your kid's new car or motorcycle. Don’t forget, all of the cars sold by RiiRoo come with a parental remote control so you are always in full control (if you need to be).

A surprise gift


(Image: used with kind permission from Muhibour Rahman - Mercedes SL65 Ride On)

Most kids that receive ride-on toys as gifts could never imagine that their parents or even grandparents would ever buy this for them as presents.

The fact that we provide free personalised number plates with each ride on toy we sell just adds to the overall experience of that BIG day.

Not only will they be surprised as they unpack their gift, but the fact that they have their name/nickname emblazoned on the front and back is also the icing on the cake really.

Teaches them to share

Not every kid in the neighborhood is lucky enough to receive such a prestigious gift for their birthday.

By sharing the experience with their friends and allowing them to have a little play encourages them to share.

Sharing is one of the best qualities a kid can learn early on in their life. The good habits they pick up now will serve them well into their teenage years and also adult life. It's also good grounding.

Improve hand-eye coordination

There are many reasons why it’s good for kids to develop hand-eye coordination. Such as improving their gameplay for sports, handwriting, reading, and even life skills.

I bet you never thought of these benefits when thinking about buying a ride on toy?

The fact that their hand-eye coordination improves significantly the more they play with their new toy is astonishing. In order to navigate, steer and handle speed they need to get used to riding these toys. The more they play the better they get.

Perceived Value

One of our shiny new cars as a present has a ton of perceived value in comparison to other products you could buy your kid. Probably because the real thing is so expensive to buy.

If you think about it, how much would it cost to buy a top of the range Bentley or Audi Q7 for example? Quite a lot.

So, even though the cost of the car is as a cheap as an alternative present you were thinking of buying. The perceived value of one of our ride on toys will be higher since the real thing is so expensive.



Of course, it doesn’t matter what present your kid receives, we’re sure they will be delighted with whatever you give them.

The most important thing is that they value any present you give them and seeing the faces light up brings joy to your heart.

Everyone’s happy :)

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