American Manufacturer Simplay3 Introduces the Fold & Go Rally Racer

Fold & Go Rally Racer with boy

Durable, Convenient Transport and an All-Around Fun Ride-In for Young Preschool Children

The Simplay3 Company, an Ohio-based veteran owned, American manufacturer of children's products, has launched its Fold & Go Rally Racer, perfect for preschoolers and convenient for parents with its stow-and-go-ability.

Children enjoy being behind the wheel and in the driver’s seat of this Indy car-themed, parent-powered toddler push-car. Its durable, double-wall construction means this car is built to last. Its large roto-molded tires offer hours of smooth rides and an extra wide handle, at just the right height, assures easy pushing, maneuvering and stopping. A seat belt is included for safety and a molded-in cup holder and headrest provide comfort and convenience for the rider.

Keary Knerem, Simplay3 product designer, said, “I thought it would be fun to create a product that resembled a go-kart or Indy car. I especially like that the child sits low to the ground, in a reclined position, and can also watch the tires spinning next to them.” Kneram adds that his three children are the inspiration for many of his designs. Testing out their dad’s newest creation, they all agree that it’s really fun and a cool way to ride.

Not only is it fun for children, but parents appreciate the convenience of its unique ability to fold away for storage and transport. The handle removes easily or folds under the car to lock in place with the seat belt and it can fit into small spaces like the trunk of a car or behind a van/SUV seat.

Simplay3 products for kids and grown-ups can be purchased on the company website and on Amazon Marketplace. For more information, please visit

About Simplay3

The Simplay3 Company was founded in 2016 in Streetsboro, Ohio. The company is a veteran-owned, American manufacturer of children’s products as well as an extensive line of mailboxes and home & garden products. Simplay3 is comprised of a diversified, experienced management and design team that built The Little Tikes Company and The Step2 Company.

Source: The Simplay3 Company


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