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- Automatic stop sign that lowers as elevator is raised
- To see more information click the “Watch it in Action” link below the main product images
- Garage features: three story circular ramp; three story elevator with mechanical bell sounds as you raise and lower the elevator
- Exciting Garage that delivers more toddler appropriate vehicle play
- Garage also includes two figures and a passenger car
Fisher-Price Little People Racin’ Ramps Garage Description
Reviews By C. Maguire : Date November 29, 2007
I was very disappointed in this toy. The ramp constantly comes off, there is no place to put the gas nozzle when you are not using it, and the cars come off the ramp on the side instead of the front. I am used to the old version which was much better. The old one had a helicopter pad and helicopter, an elevator for the people as well as one for the cars and the ramp ended in the front of the garage which is much better than the side. Also on the new version, when the cars get off the elevator on the second floor, their is no access to the ramp. I expected more from Little People’s because I enjoy their other toys. I just don’t know why they changed the design. The old garage was much better.
Reviews By A. pacheco : Date November 23, 2009
…because if I did, there would be no guarantee that I’d be able to leave! This garage is a death trap for some plastic little people and a house of horrors for others. The architect of this little monstrosity must have been high on its own Chinese made plastic fumes. The support column is reminiscent of the leaning tower of Pisa and the ramp does not align flush at the top level. There is no access to the ramp from the second floor, which isn’t so much of a problem when the elevator works. That is to say, when the elevator isn’t busy jamming before suddenly accelerating upward or downward, thus pancaking or launching it’s occupants. The ramp is especially dangerous at the second level, as its clearance is undoubtedly not at the minimum legal height. Not for towing and occupied vehicle, anyway. A severe decapitation hazard is present here.
A fairly frustrating assembly experience, for parents, coupled with an occasional frustrating playing experience for kids, and a nightmare for most plastic little people, make for a fairly average overall experience with this product.
Reviews By Susan D. Edquist : Date October 6, 2007
I purchased this for our Nursery School class. It came unassembled, so it took some time to put together. The swirling roadway keeps coming apart at the joints & requires repair through the day as it’s played with. It’s very popular with our children & gets lots of use.
Reviews By M. Silver : Date September 16, 2007
For my son’s 3rd birthday we gave him this parking garage. He loves cars and I was concerned whether hot wheels type cars would fit on the ramp and couldn’t find that information anywhere. You can see in the picture that there is a divider in the ramp…however most hot wheels cars do roll down it nicely. It’s large enough that two or more children can play with it together and stay busy! We found it at Wal-Mart for about the price posted on Amazon. I had the “old school” version of this garage as a kid and it was sturdier. I don’t get why modern has to mean weaker, but we’re happy with this toy anyway. You have to assemble it and “snap” many parts together but it also uses screws which was important to us because my son enjoys disassembling (snapping) and breaking his toys. I know, that’s awful.