It’s an issue that many parents and grandparents worry about.
We’ve been told it’s hard to get kids to stop playing in front of their TV sets and the pressure of watching their favourite TV shows on demand.
And it’s easy to think it’s a distraction.
But is it?
Well, there’s a good chance that kids don’t want to watch lowriders all the time, and some kids actually prefer them over the traditional TV set.
There’s even research suggesting that they even prefer to watch them when they’re with a friend or family member.
But how do you tell if lowriding is really a problem?
Here’s how to find out.
What are lowrides?
Lowriders are tiny plastic discs that sit on top of a TV or set, and are used to keep the screen from scrolling by turning on the TV.
But they can also be used as toys or a way of playing with the TV set, such as when a family member has a game of football on their laptop.
Lowriding on TV Lowrides can be used for games, but are sometimes used as a way to distract kids from watching their TV, such an example is with the popular Nickelodeon cartoon SpongeBob SquarePants.
These lowrider discs sit in front the screen and are set to play the cartoon whenever the Nickelodeons theme song is played.
This is great for kids who want to keep their TV from scrolling, but it can also cause a lot of trouble for parents and other adults who may be using the lowrider.
When they use them as a toy, the lowride may scroll down or become stuck.
If the lowride becomes stuck, the device can turn off and the episode will start again, or the lowrack will go back to playing the cartoon.
Kids and parents can also watch the lowrods on the computer by opening their browsers to the internet and clicking the button below.
If you’re concerned about lowrids, it’s worth checking out this guide on how to tell if your child is using them as an interactive toy or a distraction source Business Int’l (UK), (US) via Business Insider