1.2 Components Required

1. Chassis:-  Chassis is a supporting frame or structure of any vehicle (car).It can also be known as a frame which bears all the stresses of the vehicle.Here,we will use chassis as a part of a car which will support the car and bear all the weights.

2. BO MOTOR x 4 :- 

“A motor is a machine that converts electrical energy to mechanical energy.” BO (Battery Operated) light weight DC geared motor which gives good torque and rpm at lower voltages. This motor can run at approximately 150 RPM when driven by a single Li-Ion cell. In another word, the electrical energy is a “battery” and the mechanical energy is the “rotation.” 

3. Jumper Wires :- Jumper are the connecting wires with the connector at each end used to connect different components on breadboard or any other testing boards.

4. Motor clips or holder and Screws & Nuts: 

These are used to attach the motors on the chassis.

5. Motor driver: 

Motor driver is an interface between motor and the control circuit.Motor works on high amount of current but the controller circuit works on low amount of current.So, for this Motor driver are used,they take a low current signal and convert it into high current signals to drive the motors. 

6. Remote Control: 

Remote Control have some unique features.Using this remote we can control all the 4 wheels.In this we can switch the system between 4 wheel drive system which has 4motors connected to the wheels and 2 wheel drive system which has 2 wheel connected to the wheel..So ,it is complicated to control all the four switches simultaneously and to overcome this there are two switches on the remote control. When switch1 is pressed then it connects the two motors b1 & b2 internally  it means when one motor move then the other will also move.Similarly  the switch2 will connect the other two motors.

7. Connecting cable: This cable is used to connect motor driver with the remote control.