Top Race Take Apart Construction Truck

Last updated date: February 16, 2021

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8.8

Top Race Take Apart Construction Truck

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We looked at the top Little Boys Toys and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Little Boys Toy you should buy.

Editor's Note February 12, 2021:
Checkout The Best Little Boy’s Toys for a detailed review of all the top little boys toys.

Overall Take

This three-in-one truck set lets kids build their own vehicle and then pilot it around with a remote control. It includes a battery-powered drill tool that converts into the remote control, plus 44 pieces to build a crane, cement truck or dump truck. The trucks run on four AA batteries and have a range of more than 100 feet.


In our analysis, the Top Race Top Race Take Apart Construction Truck placed 6th when we looked at the top 7 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Top Race 3 In 1 Remote Control Battery Powered DIY Construction Trucks Set, Great for kids 5+. Build your vehicle with the easy step by step guide and powered drill tool. Convert the battery powered drill into your very own remote control truck in 1 easy step. Build 3 precious construction trucks with the 44 pieces, Dump truck, Cement truck, Crane. Enjoy the remote control of over 100 feet, and realistic truck sounds, great toy set for ages 5+ Requires 4x AA batteries (Not included).

An Overview On Little Boys Toys

The best toys match a child’s developmental abilities and skills, all while encouraging new ones. It is also a good idea to choose toys that encourage motor skills, critical thinking and academic capabilities. From classic toys to clever new building sets, there is a lot on the market when it comes to playthings aimed at little boys.

Although there are government regulations and safety standards in place, there are still some unsafe toys on the market. Read the packaging before buying, and check SaferProducts.gov with any toy safety concerns. With this in mind, look for toys that are educational and fun. Kids benefit most from playthings that teach them things.

The Little Boys Toy Buying Guide

  • The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has a helpful report entitled “Selecting Appropriate Toys for Young Children in the Digital Era” that can help parents choose safe, age-appropriate toys. It found that electronic toys tend to get less vocal and physical responses from the kids using them than traditional toys or even books, which could inhibit development.
  • Toys are marked with age ranges that tell parents which kids they are appropriate for. These are important to pay attention to, not only because of potential safety issues, but because they may be too advanced for some ages or not advanced enough for others. The last thing you want is a shiny new toy your child gets bored with in a couple days because it wasn’t meant for their age range.
  • If you’re buying toys for a child with special needs, the suggested age range provided by the manufacturer may be deceiving. The AAP says these ranges are meant to be taken literally and are not based on a child’s developmental age. The organization recommends asking your child’s doctor about appropriate toys and potentially leaning more toward functional, sensory-heavy toys for young kids, rather than ones that are made for symbolic play.
  • Many toys require batteries and if they are included, they don’t typically last long. So, buy some extras when you pick up that new plaything.