This hobby really has so much to offer but the real excitement is when you start racing! There are many different types of cars that you can choose from such as on or off road cars. So if you want to do some off road racing then you will want to buy a buggy or truggy. But if you want to do some track racing, you will want to get a track car.

Once you have decided this, you will then need to decide the power source for your radio controlled car. You have three main types to choose from and they are; electric, petrol and nitro. All three types of these radio controlled cars offer their own unique experiences so which one you choose is very much down to you.

However, if you are completely new to the sport I would advise that you start with an electric radio controlled car. They have come such a long way in terms of technology and with the new powerful brushless motor systems available, their performance is simply breathtaking. They are also very easy to use and maintain when compared to nitro or petrol RC cars.

Nitro radio controlled cars are possibly the most popular cars of choice because of their incredible performance and the intoxicating noise that they make. Some of them can reach speeds of up to 70mph with blistering acceleration and amazing handling. However, they need a lot of maintenance and cleaning. For someone new to the sport, the initial setting up could be a little frustrating and you need to allow time for regular cleaning and maintenance. But once you gain some experience, this will become second nature to you.

The final type of radio controlled car you could consider are petrol RC cars. These really are the daddies of the radio controlled car world and are simply huge! They come in 1/5th and 1/4 scale size and are powered by powerful 2 stroke engines which gives them incredible performance for their size. They can reach speeds of up to 50 mph and they also sound amazing which makes them the most desirable area of this sport.

If you’re an RC enthusiast, you probably know by now that maintaining your RC vehicle and keeping it clean is essential. You simply can’t avoid getting dirt, mud or water on your RC car, no matter how hard you try. And I’m not just talking about your off-road RC buggy or monster truck, I mean every type of RC car, even the on-road ones, which pick up grit and dust from the asphalt.

Not cleaning your RC car can cause long-term damage. So accept the fact that spending some time cleaning your little toy car is simply inevitable. The best thing you can do is to get organized and develop a cleaning routine. This will make the whole cleaning process a lot faster, in time.

In the following pages, you’ll find the answer to every question about keeping your RC car clean. You’ll learn how to make your own RC cleaner, take good care of your RC body, clean and maintain your chassis, tires and other components. Last, but not least, this book will show you a few tips and tricks on how to protect your car from large amounts of dirt.

Make your own cleaning solution

You’ll find many types of cleaning products for your RC car. Some are very good, while others are actually the same as normal car or domestic cleaning solutions. In the end, it all depends on how much you’re willing to spend. If you don’t mind paying for a special cleaning solution, then you should definitely go with the better ones.