Design by Chico Bicalho,2002 Styled by Guga Casari
Here are some tips to enjoy your roly-poly friend, and get the most fun out of its spring-less existence. Zecar is a very simple toy car. Just push it, and try to make it overcome small obstacles. Zecar can even slide on its back if the going gets tough, but you don't have push Zecar very hard. Zecar overcomes barriers at its own steady pace.
To push Zecar, hold the front and the rear ends, not the sides, and gently give its wheels a spin by dragging them on a surface. It has lots of torque, and it moves rather slowly. You can choose to have the traction be the front, or the rear wheels. You can also slide it upside-down on its flywheel and two free spinning wheels. Zecar is not a race car, or demolition derby machine; it should not fall off tables, or be slammed around.
Zecar came to this world for a very important mission, other than entertaining us; all of the proceeds from the royalties will go towards reforestation projects in Rio de Janeiro State, Brazil. The funds will contribute to the planting of thousands of trees a year to help restore part of the Atlantic Tropical Rainforest, the most critically damaged in Brazil, with the richest variety of trees anywhere in the world.
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