Don't let the fun fade on your kid's road adventures. Peg Perego is known for making high quality children’s ride on vehicles in many realistic styles. The rechargeable batteries that power these vehicles have a limited life span. Replacement Perego batteries will keep your kids riding long after everyone else’s energy has faded. Perego batteries are exceptionally high quality and have top reviews on many consumer web sites.
The Battery is The First Thing to Go
With every electric car or motorcycle, at some point you will need to replace the battery. To get the longest wear out of your Perego battery there are some things you can do. First, do not store the vehicle with a battery without a charge. The battery should be plugged into the charger any time it is not in use. Also, make sure you charge the battery for the full time that is recommended. Using a partially charged battery will deplete the storage capacity more quickly. Most Perego batteries will be fully charged in 24 hours. With this proper care your battery should last 2 or 3 years under normal use.
A Spare Battery Keeps the Fun Going
Lots of parents buy a spare battery to keep the fun going longer, and not just for a replacement. A fully charged Perego battery should last about 3 hours. If multiple children are playing with the vehicle, or your little driver’s internal batteries last longer, a spare fully charged battery at the ready will keep him or her riding when the first battery dies. A spare battery is also a good idea if the toy is used daily because a full charge will take 24 hours.
The Right Battery for Your Vehicle
With over 140 Peg Perego vehicle models, it is important to get the correct battery for your child’s ride-on. You should only buy a replacement Perego battery from an authorized dealer. Using a different battery may damage your vehicle, if it can even work at all. Look for a dealer that carries the complete line of Perego 6 volt, 12 volt and 24 volt batteries in each color model. Most Perego batteries are housed in a colored housing that identifies its shape and voltage. You should only replace a “Red", “Green", “Blue" and “Grey" battery with a the same color model.