Hot Wheels You Can Drive
If you are looking for real-life Hot Wheels that people can actually drive, then you should witness the Hot Wheels Drive-Thru event, which will take place this coming December 3- January 2, 2021. This event will be held in Toyota Arena in Ontario, California. This Hot Wheels Ultimate Drive-Thru event will feature hot wheels that one can drive. In other words, what you will see in this event will be real-life hot wheels custom built by Hot Wheels fanatics.
Examples of Hot Wheels that one can drive and will be featured in this Hot Wheels Ultimate Drive-Thru event include Bone Shaker, Rip Rod, Twin Mill, Deora and Loop Coupe.
The said event will also showcase the original monster truck named as Bigfoot.
Another example of Hot Wheels that an individual can actually drive is Elon Musk’s Cybertruck. This odd-looking truck has a towing capacity of at least 7,500 pounds. But you need to be prepared to spend tons of money as its cost starts at almost $40,000.
How Hot Wheels Work?
Hot Wheels have this thing called boosters and launchers.
Hot Wheels accelerate with the help of launchers, while boosters are the ones that give the cars the extra kick needed if you want it to keep going or if you need the car to prepare for a stunt.
Another thing that make Hot Wheels work is its nickel-plated axle. This is mostly found on Hot Wheels Faster than Ever edition. This kind of axle creates an extra surface, thereby reducing the friction between the axle and the wheel, making it faster than other toy cars that have non-plated axles.
Some hot wheels also make use of dry lubricants such as graphite. The use of graphite on the axles and wheels of the car helps the Hot Wheels to run faster. Graphite reduces friction, which is why it makes the wheels roll smoothly and in a faster runner.
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