I added this car to my Wal-Mart wish list for my son's first birthday. My mom's best friend purchased it for him. I am pretty assembly savy so I didn't think it was going to be hard to assemble. All I really needed was a hammer, a philips head screw driver, some scissors and a pillow to it on. It took me about 2 hours to assemble and the pictures on the instructions said it all. I did get confused with the wheels and I think I attached them wrong but it will be a quick and easy fix. putting the rear roof portion required some force so I had to wait for my boyfriend to come home and he could screw that part on. I was able to assemble everything else. But I have a bad back, if I was in good condition I could have done it myself. I live in a one bedroom condo so space is limited. The car fits in a small corner in the dinning room, doesn't take up much space at all. I first didn't have the foot rest attached because I wanted to see if my 1 year old could move it. Well much like a walker he can back up really easy but haven't got the concept of the flinstone method of the car, lol. So I installed the foot rest. He is about 30 1/2 inches tall and 23 pounds so pushing him in the car is pretty easy. He loves the horn but he can't twist the key part yet. So far he loves it and it's my favorite gift
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