A bit off topic here, but we are still talking about electric mobility! I've been looking around a bit at RC cars. I'd like to get one at some point for my children to use. It can be expensive. I'm interested in quality. My problem is, most of the expensive RC car market I've seen is geared towards going fast, and people often talk about breaking parts. I want something completely different. I want slow, reliable, and as off-road capable as possible. Ideally, something that can drive on grass without getting stuck. Anyone have any recommendations? Fast and breakable is exactly the kind of thing that will just frustrate my children and end up not getting used. The ideal RC will be slow, solid, and able to drive around my backyard without getting stuck. Ideally something that is not more than $250, but if necessary for good quality, I could maybe go up to $500. I know there are models that can be up to $1000, but anything over $500 just seems ridiculous to me, so I'll set that as the upper limit. As far as slow is concerned, it seems to be that walking speed would be fast enough; something capable of jogging speed is maybe ideal. That's about 8 MPH, far less than the 50 MPH I've seen advertised on many models. A big quality battery is also preferred.