The braking system of our mini trackless train we produce includes two types of brakes: foot brakes and emergency brakes.

  • Regular Foot Brake (Foot-Operated Braking System) 

Just like the brakes on a bicycle or a car, the driver initiates the brakes by pressing a pedal or pulling a brake bar. This action, through a series of mechanical linkages or cables, pushes the brake pads onto the wheels. The friction between the brake pads and wheels slows down the wheels, eventually bringing the mini train to a stop. The driver can adjust the pressure on the pedal as needed to control the speed of the train’s deceleration.

  • Emergency Brake Button (Independent Safety Brake System)

In addition to the regular foot brake, there is also an emergency braking system, usually in the form of a button. When the conventional brake system fails or needs to stop immediately, the driver can press this emergency brake button. Pressing the button activates a special mechanical device that quickly applies braking force to the wheels. Then it will force the mini train to decelerate rapidly and stop. We design the emergency braking system to protect both passengers and the driver during critical situations. It functions independently from the regular braking system, guaranteeing effective stoppage of the train even if the main brakes malfunction.

Generally speaking, the regular foot brake of the trackless mini train enables the operator to regulate the train’s speed under normal conditions. Meanwhile, the emergency brake button serves as an extra safety mechanism to cope with unforeseen emergencies.

You don’t need to maintain the kiddy train regularly. However, we recommend that you avoid using it in the rain. Charging the battery promptly when it is low helps extend its life. Also, keep the charger away from strong sunlight while charging.

Yes, we have successfully exported our mini trackless train to Brazil. We can provide a bill of lading as proof upon request. Besides, we have exported our mini trackless trains to multiple countries, including the United States, the United Kingdom, Nigeria, Russia, Chile, and others, in addition to Brazil. Moreover, investors all over the world have highly favored and recognized our carnival trains.

Such systems can be installed, but we do not recommend using them on trackless trains in shopping malls or other densely populated areas. The reason is that in these places, people or other objects may frequently accidentally enter the path of the train.

If the trackless bullet train amusement ride is equipped with a collision avoidance system, it may frequently trigger emergency braking. This may cause the train to slow down and inconvenience passengers.

Moreover, the collision avoidance system installed in the train may occasionally respond to minor objects, such as roadside trash or small animals, that do not present a real danger.

This sensitivity can lead to unwarranted stops, consequently diminishing the efficiency of the train’s operation. Frequent stops and restarts may also affect the passengers’ experience, making them uncomfortable or even dissatisfied with the train’s service.