About Herbie Remote Control
Herbie is a fictional car that has featured in several Disney movies. It was a pearl white 1963 sunroof model of the Volkswagen Beetle. In these films, the car controls itself, and participates in various car races. The first movie was 'The Love Bug' released in 1969. The most recent of these films is 'Herbie: Fully Loaded' released in 2005. The remote-controlled Herbie is an enjoyable toy popular among the nostalgic fans of these movies. It is a 1:72 scaled down version of the original Disney Herbie. The toy is recommended for kids who are three years and above. It has full directional steering and two speed operation using high and low gear. The toy car is easy to control even for small children. It has unique styling and excellent maneuverability. Even the handset of the remote control has coloring schemes used in the Herbie movies. The styling of the remote control is noteworthy. One can move the car forward, reverse, right and left using the remote control handset. The car is easier to control because of the large buttons and the responsive steering wheel used for maneuvering the wheels. It is better to operate this toy in low gear as this is ideal for the confined spaces of homes. When the car is operated in high gear, it moves extremely quickly. This is more enjoyable in the case of car races and when there is larger space for playing in. Remote-controlled Herbie cars can move easily on carpets and other flat surfaces.