The RePlay Ride-On program follows in the footsteps of the Go Baby Go program, in which ride-on cars (like Power Wheels) are adapted so that the foot pedal is replaced with a more accessible option.  An example is a large plate switch on top of the steering wheel that the child can push to make the car go.  We collaborate with the Cleveland State University Go Baby Go program, as well as United Cerebral Palsy of Greater Cleveland and the Cleveland Clinic Children's Hospital to offer our technical expertise in adapting these ride-on cars.  If you are interested in partnering with us, or finding about adapting ride-on cars, contact us!



RePlay for Kids does not provide warranties for the repaired or modified devices. RePlay for Kids uses standard engineering practices to repair and modify devices. However, repairs and modifications made by RePlay for Kids will most likely void any existing warranties on the device. It is the responsibility of the supplying organization to ensure that the devices are used in the proper manner and with proper supervision. RePlay for Kids volunteers will NOT repair or modify any AC powered device, medical equipment, or wheelchairs.

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