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Capable of reaching speeds of up to 80 miles per hour (with amazing Schumacher Nitro SST Fusion model), these cars provide intense thrills for people of all ages.
If you opt to buy high-ticket models of radio control cars, your expenses don't stop with initial purchase.
There are fuels costs, maintenance costs, and money that you'll want to spend on all of those very cool accessories such as custom wheels and tires, enhanced radio transmitters, light kits, custom shock absorbers, carrying cases, display stands, souped-up engines, and a lot more.
If you are just starting out in radio control car hobby, I suggest that you purchase one of inexpensive electric or gas models first. This will enable you to get hang of hobby without investing a lot. If you decide that you're hooked, you can always trade up to more powerful (and expensive) models.
One of great things about being a radio control car hobbyist is how many other people share your interests.
There are thousands upon thousands of enthusiasts in U.S. alone.
You'll find clubs, race teams, retailers, magazines, Internet user groups, book, and even videos that will help you learn more, meet new friends, and stay current on happenings on this great family hobby.
Michael Holland is the creator of http://www.rc-car-fun.com. His site offers lots of free tips for buying, building, and racing rc cars and trucks.