Crazy Cart Review (Razor)

Crazy Cart
What It Is

The Crazy Cart is a riding toy that lets kids drive, spin, or drift. Drive it like a go-kart or lift the Drift Bar to kick into Crazy Cart mode. Its patented drift system allows you to vary the rear caster angle so you can drive and drift forward, backward, sideways, diagonally, and everything in between. It can go up to 12 miles per hour with variable speed foot pedal acceleration but no brake. To stop the cart, take your foot off the accelerator and turn the steering wheel to either side. This will result in the Crazy Cart spinning or drifting in a circle and slowing to a stop. It features 360-degree steering capability for tight turns and a pneumatic front tire and anti-tip front caster wheels. A lap/shoulder strap, flag, and battery charger are included.

Is It Fun?

This is a pretty cool go-kart riding toy. Kids will have a blast spinning and drifting and driving all over the place. However, there might be a learning curve when it comes to operating the Crazy Cart. It's important that kids familiarize themselves with the various combinations of throttle, steering, and drift bar applications before just going out and riding around to prevent damage to the Crazy Cart and injury to the child.

Who It’s For

The Crazy Cart is for ages 9 and up. There is a maximum weight limit of 140 pounds.

What To Be Aware Of

It took us about 10 minutes to get the Crazy Cart set up. The instructions were very easy to follow.

The Crazy Cart comes with a 24 volt sealed lead acid rechargeable battery system. You must charge the Crazy Cart for 12 hours before first use. A full charge yields 40 minutes of continuous use.

When riding the Crazy Cart, always make sure to wear proper safety gear, such as a helmet, elbow pads, and knee pads. A long-sleeved shirt, long pants, and gloves are recommended. Always wear athletic shoes. Never ride the Crazy Cart in bare feet or sandals.

Practice riding only in wide open areas clear from curbs, parking blocks, and other obstacles.

  • Fun

  • Repeat Play

  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy