Dad might have his Segway, so what can Junior own in order to emulate his hero? Perhaps the Dareway might be appealing enough, after all the $220 you spend on it is good value for money to keep Junior quiet now that he’s gotten his ride of choice. Only thing is, by the time he gets his driver’s license, he could be asking for a Porsche instead of a regular Ford like normal folks would own. The Dareway comes with a 12V rechargeable battery to keep it going, and a foot accelerator helps it move forwards and back, while thumb controls assist in the steering so that mom’s precious vases will remain intact and undisturbed on the table where they rightfully belong.
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