Publisher: Maurice Littlejohn
Gadget Name: RC Hobby Chronicle
About This Gadget:
I am an extreme RC hobbyist with a passion for RC airplanes, boats cars, helicopters and trucks. Twenty years plus enjoying the RC experience have left me with a lot to say and opinions that are heart felt and genuine. On a regular basics, I will share with you my tips and thoughts on the latest RC airplanes, boats cars, helicopters and trucks I will explore with you tips and techniques to get you going no matter if you are a beginning RC hobbies’ or have enjoyed RC hobbies for years. Join me; I think you will find my commentary warm and informative. We want to hear from you, let’s make RC hobbies the number one past time in America!
|WHERE TO OPERATING YOUR RC CAR OR TRUCK!||Published: 02/02/10|
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Congratulations you are ready to purchase your first RC car or truck! Where are you planning to operate it? Yes, I know you found out both RC models are ideal for kid’s age six and up and they get a blast from watching or driving something that looks so real. You have done your home work and found the options for RC cars and trucks are endless with regard to speed, size, engine type, and maneuvering capabilities. You can enjoy This RC hobby with family and friends or go for a run on your own. Now where do you plan on operating your RC car or truck? This is an important consideration for you and the RC model that you purchase. You should operate your RC car or truck properly as they can get damaged easily if used in the wrong environments or driven too aggressively on the wrong surfaces. I know you can’t wait to get your RC car or truck, so here are a few common sense suggestions just in case you got carried away at the hobby shop or doing your research.
Before operating any RC car or truck it is very important that you read the manuals very carefully. If you plan on using your RC vehicle indoors the majority of the time, an Electric RC Car or Truck is in your best interest. Gas or Nitro will not work unless you have the convenience of an indoor RC facility. Gas or electric RC Cars should not be used for off-road or any rough terrain driving due to their undercarriage and it’s proximity to the ground they are On road RC vehicles and should be run primarily on smooth flat surfaces. Off road RC vehicles, RC trucks and buggies refers to either electric or gas powered RC cars or trucks with the profile to withstand more aggressive driving in environments of uneven ground, dirt, water or more challenging terrain landscapes. Trucks are optimal for rougher ground and have the suspension to withstand jumps, ditches, and generally tougher driving. Your surroundings must be right for the RC vehicle you choose. This will help you maintain your dream RC car or truck and enhance your enjoyment of this wonderful RC hobby.
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