Originated From
AOL Search

What is the best 12 volt battery operated quad for 4 year old boy

Liked this question? Tell your friends about it

Answers

you can select here http://www.batterysales.com/brands.cfm..

any brand of batteries would do as long as you won't keep your child unsupervised.

Related Questions

Other people asked questions on similar topics, check out the answers they received:

Asked: Will my labtop be able to run GTA 4?

Will my labtop be able to run GTA 4? i wanted too start playing pc games and use mods with a new labtop that is currently on its way...here are the specs of my labtop Processor: AMD Quad-Core A8 ...

Asked: What 108 games are on the dreamgear Retro Play ...

what 108 games are on the dreamgear Retro Play plug & play game?

Asked: Is Gordon Duff Delusional

Is Gordon Duff Delusional:Gordon Duff is senior editor of Veterans Today.He is 40/60% disinformation-true information which You Tube has segment on.The disinformation can be true,but does not give ...

More Questions

4 6 volts _ I need 12 v output for auxillary device

You appear to have a 12 VDC system for your RV already. You have two sets of 6 volt batteries in series for 12 VDC in parallel with another pair to give the motor home more reserve electricity when you are not running the engine. Simply make your connection to one of the two negative posts ...

12 year old at an Icp concert

it doesn't matter how old your child is, ICP sucks. parents in general shouldn't allow their offspring to listen to any "musical" act under the umbrella of the clown rap genre in general. listen to your heart and tell your wife (politely) that she's 110% wrong.

Is there a way to get 24 volts out of 3 12 volt bateries

Connect TWO of these batteries in series.

Is there a way to get 24 volts out of 3 12 volt bateries

Two 12 volt batteries in series (plus to minus) will give 24 volts. Two 6 volt batteries in series will give 12 volts. If you have four batteries, you can connect them in series pairs and put the pairs in parallel (plus to plus) to give more current capacity.