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When you are buying a radio-controlled car, there are several things that you need to keep in mind. 

When you are buying a radio-controlled car, there are several things that you need to keep in mind. 

Size Of The Car

RC cars come in various designs and sizes. Some are small enough to fit in the palm of your hand, while others can be as large as not to fit in your car’s trunk. The size of the car will determine where you can drive it. For example, if you want to race your car around a track, you need to get a larger car that can handle the turns and speeds. If you are going to be driving your car around your house or backyard, then a smaller car might be a better option. RC car sizes are measured from the scale size of a real car. Most hobby grade remote control cars are 1/10th the scale size of a real car.

Type Of Cars

There are two main remote control car types: on-road and off-road. You need to drive On-road cars on smooth surfaces such as pavement or concrete. These cars typically have slick tires that help them grip the road. On the other hand, you can drive off-road cars on rough terrains such as dirt, sand, or gravel. These cars usually have treaded tires that provide traction on loose surfaces. Some remote control cars are also known as all road and do well on flat surfaces but can handle dirt and gravel or even short grass. 

Brand

There are many different brands of remote control cars on the market. It is crucial to consider your budget and skill level when choosing a brand. Some brands specialize in making high-end cars for experienced drivers. These cars can be costly, but they offer unmatched features and performance compared to other brands. You may also find affordable cars ideal for beginners. These cars might not have all the bells and whistles of the more expensive cars, but they are a great way to get started in the hobby.

Speed And Maneuvering 

Another thing to keep in mind is the speed and maneuverability of the car. If you plan to race your car, you will need to get a vehicle that can reach high speeds and make tight turns. Off-road cars typically have more ground clearance than on-road cars, which allows them to go over obstacles more easily. On the other hand, on-road cars are lower to the ground and have better aerodynamics, making them faster.

Electric Cars Or Nitro Powered Cars

An essential thing to consider is whether you want an electric car or a nitro-powered car. Electric cars run on batteries and are also easier to maintain since there is no need to worry about fuel levels or engine tune-ups. Nitro cars are powered by nitro fuel and require more maintenance and are louder than electric cars. Electric cars have come a long way and are now faster and tougher more than ever. The main market today is electric, fuel and nitro are slowly becoming less popular unless you race in leagues that require nitro cars.

Price Of The Car

Finally, you also need to consider the price of the car. You get what you pay for with RC cars as with anything else. The more expensive cars will usually have better performance and features than the cheaper ones. However, that does not mean that you need to spend a lot of money to get a good car. Many great cars on the market are very affordable. Now that you know about the different factors to consider when choosing a remote control car, you are ready to start shopping! Keep these tips in mind to guide you in finding the perfect car for you.

EVO RC’S ADVICE ON – THE FIRST RC FOR CHILDREN AGED UNDER 12

If you are looking for your first RC for a kid aged under 12 then we suggest to get an RC that is not too large to drive indoors and not too small to take with you on those family picnics. Kids will bump and crash more often so you need something that’s made of pliable material that can take the hits.

EVO RC’S ADVICE ON – THE FIRST RC FOR A TEEN OR ADULT

Hi, this is EVO RC. Our experience driving all classes and scales of RCs helps us give you precious advice. If you are looking for your first RC, we suggest to get an RC that is versatile and can handle multiple terrains. The RCs we’re going to recommend are budget friendly, tough, and I mean skate park tough, can handle off road as stock and can handle on road with just changing the stock tires to on road tires. These are 3S powered, fast and larger than your average scale.