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Joystick Controlled Ride on Car

As featured on The Today Show, this Joystick controlled car is the perfect way to provide children with independent mobility whilst learning how to use a joystick control.

Created by TAD


  • Joystick controller which can be installed on the right or left to suit the child’s strongest side.
  • Separate controller available for parent/carer, which overrides the joystick control.
  • Speed control can be adjusted to suit the child’s needs.
  • Programmed to take off smoothly and gradually build up speed.
  • Reclining seat to provide comfort for the child.
  • Seat belt harness included to support the position of the child.

Additional Features

  • Includes switch to turn car sounds and music off and on.

*Age guide: 2-4 years

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An individual assessment with a Solve occupational therapist is required to determine the appropriate assistive technology is safe and suitable for each individual.

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