Probe the depths of the mines or your construction site with your new big boy wireless remote control dump truck. Remote control dump trucks are great RC toys that everyone wants to play with. Yes, the dump bed really works on this RC construction dump truck. It's a difficult task to keep our hands off them and on our work. This dump truck is huge and measures 19" long, 9" wide, 9" high, and has an operating range of about 150 feet. Full function remote control allows you to drive in all directions. The front and rear lights really work and the remote control lets you work the dump. Yes, you can put real dirt in the bed and haul it around. Have a gold mining enthusiast or construction fan at home? This is the perfect gift for them and makes a great addition to any our remote control construction trucks. Buy today and start moving earth and other materials too. Still want more? Purchase this RC truck today and get a rechargeable battery pack, charger, and battery for the remote control too. Buy 2 RC construction trucks and get separate frequencies for the remote controls.
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I have to say that having an interactive activity for the kids was the hit of the Greenfest! We had many, many positive comments and several parents asked where we got such fun trucks. When we referred them to your website they immediately looked it up on their smart phones. Kids were standing in line to try the trucks. Even the youngest kids, may 3 or 4 year olds were able to use the trucks with assistance from us or their parents. In those cases we had the kids just move the control forward or back and we or the parent steered. Then the kid could push the button to dump out the compost packet. That seemed to be the most exciting part! Then they could keep the packet as a souvenir. Who knew that packets of dirt would be so popular?
We set up the course using traffic tape, traffic cones and sticks with caution tape. We had enough room to use two trucks and loaders at the same time. The controls were easy enough for all but the youngest children to get the hang of. Most kids are used to using joysticks but these are different in the sense that one joystick doesn't move the truck in all directions. One is forward and back, the other steers left and right. Once they got used to that they could drive them easily.
All four of the RC vehicles got some abuse. They were all picked up several times by kids of all ages by all parts of the vehicles. They were very sturdy and nothing broke off, to our surprise! Even when several older kids decided to play demolition derby and repeatedly ram each other's trucks, no damage was done.
As far as battery life, we had the trucks in use from 10 am to 4 pm, with more or less constant use. We did not change batteries in the controllers, even though they were the original batteries we put in when we got the vehicles several weeks ago. The controllers lasted all day! We only changed the batteries in the trucks once early in the day, then they lasted till we closed. We did make sure to turn off the trucks and controllers during slack times.
It was a pretty awesome day and one of our DOT agencies tweeted "Not gonna lie: @MontCo_Highways has an awesome interactive activity at #GreenFest. Well played, Highway Services."
So thank you for providing the vehicles that were not only fun but also very sturdy and long lasting. Please check out the attached pictures.
Steven S., Program Manager Division of Highway Services