Big City Emergency Vehicle Set
product code: 130228
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- Standard UK home delivery within 14 working days - £3.95
- Click and collect in any store - FREE
With fires, accidents and bad guys happening all over the city, the emergency services have their work cut out for them. Keeping the city safe is a big responsibility: luckily you're there to help! Get the fire engine to the fire on time to put it out, and make sure the ambulance is there to help any injured people, too. Patrol the city with the police car, and go on high-speed chases to catch criminals. With these classic-looking toy wooden cars, the possibilities are endless.
Not suitable for children under 36 months due to small parts.
-Three emergency vehicle cars
-Classic wood design
-Great for imaginative play
-Helps develop fine motor skills
-1 x Fire engine
-1 x Ambulance
-1 x Police car
How does this help my child ?
This toy encourages your child to enjoy using their imagination.
- Weight: 0.145 kg
- Height: 12.7 cm
- Width: 24.2 cm
- Depth: 3.5 cm
This product is available for:
Normally delivered within 10-14 working days (exclusions apply including postcode restrictions and extended timescales). Exceptional delivery circumstances beyond our control such as bad weather or courier delays may cause your order to take longer to deliver.
Click and Collect Delivery
Order online and have your order delivered to any ELC or Mothercare store on the date of your choice. You will receive a text message confimring your order is ready for collection. This service is available in the UK only.Please be advised that we will hold your order for a maximum of 7 days, after which time your order will be returned to our warehouse
ELC are happy to refund or exchange any unused merchandise returned within 28 days of purchase upon production of your receipt, as long as they are returned in an unused condition and in their original packaging. Please see Terms and Conditions for details. This does not affect your rights if the product is faulty or mis-described.