Radio Controlled Vehicles How To

RCVs have increasingly been used in recent years in the commercial sector, sanitary or sewage maintenance departments in most big cities are increasingly using RCVs to conduct inspections and repairs in sewer systems of cities. They are developed in different sizes and equipped with several tools to inspect and do repairs in places that are not accessible by maintenance personnel.

Oil rig builders also use RCVs to carry out construction, inspection and repair works of underwater pipelines at depths that would certainly be suicidal for a person to work in. Not only do these RC vehicles protect people from harm but are cheaper and durable. An added advantage offered by these vehicles is that they do not get tired and can work with precision.

The military and law enforcement authorities also use RCVs in dangerous situations e.g. tackling terrorism against civilians and so forth.

Battery Operated Remote Control Vehicles

These are usually smaller and cheaper to buy, and are easily available from ordinary toy stores, battery run RC vehicles are not the ultimate RC vehicle since they lack the power or torque which the more competitive vehicles have. Some models will come with ordinary batteries (cells) where as others may have inbuilt rechargeable cells. After purchasing such a gadget, you will require to connect...


Military and Commercial Usage

Vehicles used in these sectors vary with some using batteries to power them and others normal engines. But one aspect is shared by all of them "operator experience". Since they do delicate work their operators are required to undergo professional training to be able to operate them properly. Each operator practices in a simulator until he passes the test after which he is licensed as that vehicl...


Nitro Propelled Vehicles

As mentioned above, these are usually considered as "big boy toys" since mostly teenagers and adults use them. They are also more expensive and will cost between US$ 800-3000. They are found in all types from cars, flying crafts, boats and even military hardware like tanks which even shoot pellets from their barrels. These can be bought as readymade or assembly parts and come even with replaceme...


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