Thousands of popular children's riding toys and trampolines have been recalled for safety reasons, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission.
Step2 recalled 15,500 X-Rider red plastic cars after reports of injuries including bumps, a cut lip and concussion.
Children can lean too far forward and go over the handle bar and hit the ground.
The cars were sold at Target and other retailers this year for about $25. Parents should contact www.step2.com for a free replacement toy.
Twenty-three thousand trampolines sold at Sports Authority for the past five years have been recalled. The product is the Sportspower Parkside model TR -14FT-COM.
The metal legs can move and puncture the jumping surface. Parents should contact www.sportspowerltd.net for a free repair kit.
Thousands of Kirland Signature saute pans sold at Costco this year have been recalled because the tempered glass lid can break or shatter.
The recall involves the six-quart, black, hard-anodized aluminum sauté pan. Consumers can return them to the store for a refund.
And 108,000 Harbor Freight Cordless Drills, model 96526 sold between 2008 and 2012 have been recalled. The black trigger switch on the 19.2v cordless drill can overheat.
Consumer should removed the rechargeable battery and contact www.harborfreight.com for a replacement drill.