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  • Go Go F-150 Pickup Truck
  • Go Go F-150 Pickup Truck
  • Go Go F-150 Pickup Truck
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Go Go F-150 Pickup Truck

  • Recommended Age: 2 Year Old
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Total: $ 30.80
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Expected Delivery: 2-5 Days


Be back later, Mom. Haulin' a load out to the dump!

- These squeezable chunky trucks are perfect for little hands!
- Each has an easy-to-use 2 button controller that is stylized for the individual vehicle.
- Left button = go forward/straight!
- Right button = go reverse/turn right!
- Vehicle requires 3 AA batteries (not included.)
- Controller requires 1 9V battery (not included.)
- Operates on frequency of 49 MHz

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Why Our Experts Love It

We all love Remote Control toys, but the toy has to match the ability of the child.

If it's too complicated, the child will just get frustrated and give up.

Well, that is not the case with this RC.

This is the easiest first remote control car out there!

Go-Go F150 is a soft and squishy, first remote control car that only has one, 2-function button = allowing for simple 'forward' and 'rotate' steering. Even though it only has one button, the 'rotating' feature allows the truck to go anywhere = both indoors and outdoors.

The simple-action button quickly teaches a child cause and effect...when I push this button the car moves!

Gives new meaning to PICK UP Your Room!'
  • Go-Go toys are a great first remote control vehicle for your child because they are soft, furniture-friendly and have an easy two-button control.
  • At first, get down on the floor and push the Go-Go F150 Pickup Truck back and forth with your child.
  • Show your little one how to work the remote control. He/she may be amazed that something can move without being pushed by hand. You can explain that the signal is being sent from the remote control to move the car, like when you change the channel on the television.
  • Set up an obstacle course for your child to maneuver the vehicle around.
  • Ask your child about the vehicle. What color is it? You can teach him/her about what a truck does or how it carries things. Point out these vehicles on the road.
  • This product meets or exceeds all safety standards