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      Grand Prix 12V Children's Go Kart £149.99 delivered @ Costco
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      Grand Prix 12V Children's Go Kart £149.99 delivered @ Costco

      £149.99£199.9925%Costco Deals
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      Great price for this, also has 2 front headlights, MP3/USB interface, horn and more,

      No code needed, discount already applied.


      Put your pedal to the metal and race to the finish line with this electric 12V Grand Prix Go Kart. Offering style as well as comfort, there is a comfortable seat with moulded back support, safety belt and sturdy red body with full metal bumpers surrounding the kart with orange go faster lightening stripes. The go kart features a forward and reverse gear box with two front lights and an electric horn, while an auto stop brake is activated when taking your foot off the accelerator. Listen to your favourite songs via the MP3/USB interface and keep going through the pit stops with a moulded drinks bottle holder.


      Features:


      • 12V electric go kart
      • Moulded back support and safety belt
      • Full metal bumpers
      • Forward and reverse gear box
      • Two front headlights
      • Electric horn
      • Auto stop brake
      • MP3/USB interface
      • Moulded drinks bottle holder
      • Battery operated
      • Charger included
      • Mains Charge Time: Initial 8 hours
      • Run Time: 90 minutes on full charge

      H 60 x W 74 x D 132 cm Weight 30 kg Weight Capacity 30 kg Speed Maximum 4 mph

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      I'd be getting that remapped straight away
      Hot. Not a lease deal.
      can this be converted to a disability scooter?
      danflorin319/08/2019 21:04

      If so...and gets faster, I'll buy one:)))



      12v to 36v upgrade [fast forward to 2:13]
      Edited by: "thelondontrader" 19th Aug
      54 Comments
      can this be converted to a disability scooter?
      How fast does this bad boy go?
      SOUTHWALES19/08/2019 11:27

      How fast does this bad boy go?


      The breakneck speed of 4 mph!


      Minimum Age: Recommendation 4 Years
      Assembly Required: Approx. 40 minutes
      Colour: Red
      Material Injected high density plastic and tubeless steel
      Type Go: Kart
      Dimensions: H 60 x W 74 x D 132 cm
      Weight: 30 kg
      Weight Capacity: 30 kg
      Speed Maximum: 4 mph
      uber anyone?
      I'd be getting that remapped straight away
      Hot. Not a lease deal.
      Are wheels rubber made?
      Gazhenry19/08/2019 13:48

      I'd be getting that remapped straight away



      What are you remapping? :-)
      danflorin319/08/2019 20:52

      The engine:)))



      I wonder if this can up upgraded to 24v batteries :-)
      thelondontrader19/08/2019 21:00

      I wonder if this can up upgraded to 24v batteries :-)


      If so...and gets faster, I'll buy one:)))
      danflorin319/08/2019 21:04

      If so...and gets faster, I'll buy one:)))



      12v to 36v upgrade [fast forward to 2:13]
      Edited by: "thelondontrader" 19th Aug
      thelondontrader19/08/2019 21:10

      12v to 36v upgrade [fast forward to 2:13][Video]


      Oh come on man!! How on Earth I will explain this to my wife?
      I mean, our little one is only 18 months young...
      danflorin319/08/2019 21:12

      Oh come on man!! How on Earth I will explain this to my wife?I mean, our …Oh come on man!! How on Earth I will explain this to my wife?I mean, our little one is only 18 months young...



      That laugh! Worth gold.
      cabbagekitten19/08/2019 11:01

      can this be converted to a disability scooter?


      Most people with disability wouldn't be able to get into / out of this... The riding position is practically on the floor!
      Probably cheaper than running my car, tax and insurance included?
      Go against the trend... electric to petrol.

      Shoehorn a lawnmower engine into the existing running gear.
      It'll be loads more fun while it lasts 😁
      Dont show your kids this. Plenty of daft youtubers use this
      Misslovely20/08/2019 10:39

      Dont show your kids this. Plenty of daft youtubers use this


      I thought you were buying for yourself.
      I cant believe he upgraded that motor to 36v and didnt even put a helmet on that kid :/
      ned.ford20/08/2019 07:17

      Most people with disability wouldn't be able to get into / out of this... …Most people with disability wouldn't be able to get into / out of this... The riding position is practically on the floor!


      Disability is not always visable. There's a perfect excuse to get one
      4mph max 👎
      sargieboy20/08/2019 17:20

      4mph max 👎



      Cars designed for 3-5-year-olds generally use 6v motors and 6v batteries. These cars usually travel at around 2-3mph. Cars with 12v batteries and motors are capable of speeds of up to 4mph, while 24 volt vehicles can travel up to 6mph, although this is only if they are fitted with a 24v motor.
      I need this in adult size
      What's the 0-60 on these?
      Gazhenry19/08/2019 13:48

      I'd be getting that remapped straight away


      A spoiler should do it for me! may need to grab a table from cotco aswell
      please consider that max speed is 4mph only.
      Not expensive, but not much fun as very slow, I will suggest to buy electric 24V "dirt bikes" style bikes with 250W motors on them, they are really fast. (like Razer bike for example)
      Who else thought it?!

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      Are these legal in public? Thinking of getting one, might get less flak than e-scooters
      Wow, my little one would love this, great find! Now to get the homeswap then the go cart...to fit priorities
      I want an adult one, throw about shells and leave bananas behind.
      Dejaque26/08/2019 00:32

      Are these legal in public? Thinking of getting one, might get less flak …Are these legal in public? Thinking of getting one, might get less flak than e-scooters


      Yes but at a max speed of 4mph you'll probably get flak from slugs overtaking you.
      Edited by: "Wolfenstain" 30th Aug
      cabbagekitten19/08/2019 11:01

      can this be converted to a disability scooter?


      If you crash it hard enough.
      Dejaque26/08/2019 00:32

      Are these legal in public? Thinking of getting one, might get less flak …Are these legal in public? Thinking of getting one, might get less flak than e-scooters


      Only if you can blag it as a mobility scooter (I'm not sure how they specifically categorise that) and keep to pavements etc....
      _______________
      You do not need a licence to drive a mobility scooter or powered wheelchair, but you may have to register it. Only certain types can be driven on the road.

      Mobility scooters and powered wheelchairs come in 2 categories:

      • ‘class 2 invalid carriages’ - these cannot be used on the road (except where there is not a pavement) and have a maximum speed of 4mph
      • ‘class 3 invalid carriages’ - these can be used on the road, and have a maximum speed of 4mph off the road, and 8mph on the road
      You do not need to register a class 2 invalid carriage.

      You must register class 3 invalid carriages.

      You must be 14 or over to drive a class 3 invalid carriage.
      _______________

      Class 3: gov.uk/mob…ges
      Which it doesn't fit, so using it on the road I think it'd effectively be a car - albeit unlicenced etc. People have road registered 'real' go karts in the past, however!
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