Most ride-on cars use a stiff 14 gauge wire which are not designed to handle more then 12 volt applications. 12 gauge can work with up to 24 volts. Stiff wires tend to break the end tabs off of motors. This is a floppy, flexible wire.
This is a High Grade, 12 gauge Wire Used To Carry High
Currents Of Electricity.
FEATURES: 12 gauge Wire Has Less Voltage Drop, Due To Less Resistance.
Silicone Sheath To Keep Water Out and Maintain Wire Integrity.
INCLUDES: One 4' red (+) wire
One 4' black (-) wire.