Handles on either side of the seat manage the steering and the drifting. You can go as fast as your hoverboard will allow, and, provided you're in a nice, open space, you'll be able to do drifts, runs, and spins. It's a really fun way to add more play to your hoverboard, and it's ideal for people who may be a little nervous about riding a hoverboard in a standing position.
While this doesn't have a formal age grading, anyone who can ride a hoverboard should be able to manage this. Weight limits, battery life, etc. are determined by the hoverboard, though all the adults at TTPM were able to ride this easily.
Parental supervision is advised for younger kids.
We were impressed by the simplicity of the design, the ease of assembly and the fun of riding. We felt a lot more confident going fast in this than in the traditional upright way of riding a hoverboard. Most hoverboards are challenging to ride over uneven pavement, but this did just fine.
The metal frame is pretty sturdy. Be careful when stopping quickly not to push forward with your feet on the foot rest because that can make the frame come apart. This isn't a problem; you just have to stop and put it back together again.
As noted above, weight limits, battery life, etc. are determined by the hoverboard that you use.
There are many online resources available to help you buy the best hoverboards in terms of performance and safety.
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