How do Toy Cars Work?

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Toy cars are toys, so they don't really work. They play. But that being said, how it functions depends on what type of toy car it is. Sometimes they have a rubber band which stretches when the car is pulled backward. Then when you let go and the rubber band unwinds, the wheels turn, and that car flies!
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If you want to know how toy cars work, they run on batteries and the can be steered with a remote control. Toy cars are powered by electric, some of the more expensive models require fuel.
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