Get Your Kids Enthusiastic About Cars with TV
Original Article by Aaron Widmar, July 2018
Tayo: The Little Bus
Tayo is a new bus on the Bus Transit System. Tayo learns about public transportation and road safety from his fellow bus-mates. There are four (4) seasons. NetFlix has one (1) season and Hulu has the rest.
Koko, Wilson, and Brewster are railway trainees in the city of Chuggington. These young trains learn how to resolve problems through listening, non-violence, diligence, and speaking the truth.
The Adventures of Chuck & Friends
Follow Chuck. He’s a dump truck who wants to be a race truck. He’s young and misbehaves. But throughout the episodes, he learns patience, truth, teamwork, and respecting others.
Meet the “Avengers” of the cartoon car world: Poli (police car, main character), Robotruck Roy (firetruck), Robovan Amber (ambulance), Robocopter Helly (helicopter). Together, these cars rescue the town from the problems that arise.
DinoTrux is about the prehistoric world of hybrid dinosaur-construction vehicles called DinoTrux. The Reptools are their mechanical reptile friends. Together, they overcome the problems and schemes of troubled people.
Power Battle Watch Car
This cartoon is about the world’s preeminent car maker who launches a line of miniature cars with artificial intelligence. They are 100% autonomous, only influenced by the owner’s watch. These cars are a huge hit with kids and they develop a “Hero’s Cup” tournament for the miniature cars. But, they get entangled in a villain’s plot.
Transformers: Rescue Bots
A different take on the transformers, this show focuses on saving human lives instead of battle. The four (4) main characters are based on emergency vehicles: Heatwave, Chase, Blades, and Boulder. They protect the people and learn lessons along the way.
Buddy Thunderstruck: he’s a talented, but cocky, dog who’s the fastest semi-truck racer in town. He’s a bit of a local celebrity with many friends, and many enemies. All of them are animals! Each episode has two 10-minute stories with Rabble Rouser, his racing truck.
West Coast Customs
Yes, it’s kid-friendly. This repair shop in California is a G-rated shop. They avoid the language and comments other docu-shows may include.