Photo from JeepI never realized how much of a Jeep culture was out there until we bought one of our own.
Before that, I'd pushed a Jeep stroller because it tested well in the store; not because of the name.
Little did I know there was Jeep clothing. Jeep outdoor gear.
Yes, your elementary schooler can drive their own Jeep.
In fact they've just added the X-12 Dual Suspension Bike to their lineup, and fascinated by this newfound group of which I've become a de facto member, I wanted to check it out.
It's a rockin' little ride -- the perfect size for a young rider who's just learning to balance on training wheels (included in the box) but made to look like something rough and tough like the big kids' wheels.
Searching for a new bike for my daughter, the already assembled rides at our local Wal-Mart seemed flimsier than I remembered, not made for riding off the road where most little kids go on their day-to-day.
The Jeep X-12 ($59.97) wasn't at our Wal-Mart, but it's online where reviewers gave it a thumbs up for their boys (one mom's only complaint: her daughter wants one now).
If your car's maker made a bike, would you buy it for your kids just because?