Vroomiz

TV review by
Polly Conway, Common Sense Media
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Vehicle-animal hybrids race and learn in OK preschool show.

Parents say

age 6+
Based on 3 reviews

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A lot or a little?

The parents' guide to what's in this TV show.

Educational Value

This series is meant to entertain, not educate.

Positive Messages

The crew often uses communication skills and teamwork to win races and deal with challenges. 

Positive Role Models & Representations

The Vroomiz are generally supportive of each other. The female characters are stereotypical. 

Violence & Scariness
Sexy Stuff

A vehicle is smitten when a new "girl" comes to town, creating chaos among the friends. 

Language
Consumerism

What parents need to know

Parents need to know that Vroomiz is a series for preschoolers and young kids about a group of vehicles who are shaped like animals. There are lots of races, which means many realistic car sounds (and yes, lots of "vrooming"). Female characters are present but very stereotypical (pink, giggly, etc.), and while kids who love cars will enjoy the racing aspect, there are better vehicle-based series out there. 

User Reviews

  • Parents say
  • Kids say
Parent of an infant and 2 year old Written byAlexandra M. January 5, 2018

Poor Language, Inappropriate Themes

My son loves anything with cars and vehicles, so we thought this would be an appropriate show. However, upon watching the show we found several issues. 1. There... Continue reading
Adult Written byscresswell1 September 8, 2018

Inappropriate language, not suitable for children

Our son loves anything to do with cars so we decided to watch this show. In the first or second episode, one of the "bad cars" was talking about getti... Continue reading

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What's the story?

VROOMIZ are a group of animal-shaped vehicles that love racing. The team of friends live in Zippy City, including main character Speeder, who's a leopard/race car, and his buddies Farrah, Jerry, Peachy, and Bungee. Conflicts involve dealing with a bully, jealousy when a new car comes to town, and other troubles, and they are often solved with communication and teamwork. Each episode contains scenes of the vehicles getting outfitted for a race, which involves lots of tools, fresh wheels, and a shine, as well as a race. 

Is it any good?

Lots of racing scenes and realistic "vrooming" noises should appease vehicle-obsessed preschoolers, but there are better choices out there for car lovers. The Vroomiz themselves are cute and colorful, and the energetic electric guitar soundtrack is fun, but the dialogue is stilted and some of the characters may be annoying to parents. The female characters all sound like Miss Piggy after she's inhaled helium, especially Farrah the pink deer, who giggles after each word and spends an episode being jealous of another "girl" around the speedway. Character lessons are clear in each episode, which is nice, but they're not always addressed in the most constructive way. Kids who like both vehicles and animals will probably be satisfied with this offering, but with all that's available, it doesn't rise to the top.

Talk to your kids about ...

  • Families can talk about friendship. How does this group of very different personalities get along in Vroomiz

  • Kids: Do you have a favorite vehicle? Why do you like it? 

TV details

For kids who love vehicles

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