What is the Difference Between Licensed and Unlicensed Ride On Toys?
Licensed ride-on toys are toys that have been licensed by the brand that they represent. For example, our Mercedes-Benz AMG G63 Wagon Ride On Kids Car is licensed by Mercedes-Benz, meaning the car's mold and branding representing Mercedes-Benz standards have been met.
The only difference between licensed/official and unlicensed/unofficial ride-on toys is in the aesthetics of the ride-on-toy. Official auto brands do not license the features and performance of the ride-on toys.
Brands such as Audi, Bentley, BMW, Bugatti, Chevrolet, Ferrari, Freddo, Ford, GMC, Hummer, Jeep, Lamborghini, Lexus, Maserati, McLaren, Mercedes Benz, Porsche, Toyota, Land Rover, and Rolls Royce that we carry all have been licensed and met the brand's standards, except for brands that include "Style" in their title.
How to Identify Unlicensed Ride-On Cars?
Ride-on toys that have "Style" in their title such as a Lamborghini style ride-on car, are a replica, and not an official Lamborghini licensed ride-on car.
For example, our 12V Lamborghini Style Ride On Car is not licensed by Lamborghini, and therefore Lamborghini does not approve of the aesthetic representation of Lamborghini.