bumper cars

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  • Info Bumper cars is the generic name for a type of flat ride consisting of several small electric cars which draw power from the floor and/or ceiling, and which are turned on and off remotely by an operator. more...
  • There was also a stage area where live shows were often scheduled near the bumper cars.
  • In this aspect, it is very different from a traditional bumper car.
  • A group of people playing having fun with the bumper cars.
  • There is also a small park for children, with bumper cars, carrousel and another games.
  • Big Bumpin' has them trying to defeat each other in a game of bumper cars.
  • Bumper cars were added in the 1960s as they replaced the original pony ride.
  • The adult bumper car ride was removed due to mechanical problems.
  • A new bumper car system and bumper boats were also added.
  • The game is a combination of bumper cars and capture the flag.
  • Take one bumper car currently in pit row.
  • Rides include several haunted houses and bumper cars, among others.
  • Bumper boats are similar in concept to the much older and more ubiquitous bumper cars.
  • The bumper cars are in this area today.
  • Two runners are not allowed on one base at one time, so a batter can, in effect, bumper-car a runner forward.
  • Instead of using pawns, the players use bumper cars.
  • The haunt is inside the old bumper cars building and has a basic mansion facade.
  • Tinseltown Terror haunted house is located in the park's bumper car ride.
  • There are a total of 21 bumper cars on the floor at a time.
  • Like bumper boats, the point of bumper cars is to collide with other cars.
  • In this attraction, up to two people can fit inside a bug-shaped bumper car, as they ride around bumping other cars.
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