Bumper car rides are designed so that the cars can collide without much danger to the riders. Each car has a large rubber bumper all around it, which prolongs the impact and diffuses the force of the collision.
The bumper cars run on electricity, carried by a pole on the back of the car that leads up to a wire grid in the ride's ceiling. This grid carries the electricity that runs the car. Electrical energy carried to the cars from the grid is converted to kinetic energy, some of which is converted to heat.
|Product Name||Bumper car|
|Material||Steel Frame, FRP Steel|
|For ages||2-12 years old|
|Remote Control Distance||1-300m|
|Charging Time||2h fast, 17h slow|