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  • For the Procedure:
    Masking tape
    Meterstick
    Battery powered car - prepared in getting ready
    6 Stopwatches
    Graph paper
    Ruler

    A battery powered car is environment friendly, budget friendly and easy to construct, so here are some guidelines on how to make a battery powered car. These cars provide an incredible driving experience as they have increased stability on the road because of their lower center of gravity and higher initial acceleration because of their light weight.

  • For Getting Ready:
    One battery powered car per group - inexpensive cars are available at toy stores. Cars are also available through science supply catalogs.
    2 batteries - the correct size needed to fit the car
    Wire
    Wire cutters and strippers (for teacher use only)
    Optional - a metal bar cut to the length of the battery size needed

    Tom: It has occurred to me that the “cars as a national battery” would be much more expensive than just having the battery in your garage attached to the grid: the battery is much cheaper than the car. An arrangement that the power company would pay the battery-on-grid homeowner could amortize a battery much sooner than amortizing a battery powered car. A revenue-generating strategy for the homeowner, just like having the power company pay the homeowner for excess power generation. As I have commented to an earlier post on Do The Math, the current arrangement of excess solar power subtracted from your electrical bill but no opportunity to get a check from PGE makes roof top solar far less attractive.

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  • These Battery Powered Cars are the biggest, baddest, fastest, and most exciting kids cars out there! When it comes to battery powered ride ons, look no further. Kids who like tractors and other farm vehicles will love our Peg Perego ride on toys, which bring timeless quality and time-consuming fun! For those who like glamour as well as speed, the Ride On Hummers bring it all. We even have a ride on hummer in bright pink, made with your girly girl in mind! The same goes for Mercedes Benz Ride Ons. The mini cooper ride on comes in three amazing colors for girls and boys, and each Mercedes ride on looks like the real thing. Or, try a fire engine ride on, equipped with realistic sound effects, details, and decorations.

    All of our battery powered cars come with a rechargeable 6-volt, 12-volt, or 24-volt battery and a charger. Each battery powered car has an acceleration pedal just like a real car, and some even move in reverse! Some of these battery operated cars travel at 2.5mph and others at 5mph (some do both, with a safety lock at the higher speed). All of these ride on toys come with incredibly realistic features that make kids feel like they're really driving.

    Bottom line, if you're looking for a Battery Operated Car, enjoy our selection of amazing Battery Powered Cars!

    For Getting Ready:
    One battery powered car per group - inexpensive cars are available at toy stores. Cars are also available through science supply catalogs.
    2 batteries - the correct size needed to fit the car
    Wire
    Wire cutters and strippers (for teacher use only)
    Optional - a metal bar cut to the length of the battery size neededFor the Engagement:
    A small wind-up toyFor the Procedure:
    Masking tape
    Meterstick
    Battery powered car - prepared in getting ready
    6 Stopwatches
    Graph paper
    RulerGetting Ready:
    1. For Part A, prepare a wire for each car that is slightly longer than the length of the battery needed to fit the car. If the wire is insulated, remove about 1 cm of insulation from each end.
    2. Put one battery and one wire in the battery case of each car. Make sure the wire makes contact with the metal contacts of the battery holder so that the car will "run" on one battery. (A metal bar the length of the battery can be used instead of the wire.
    3. For Part B, put two batteries in each car

How to make a battery powered car - DIY electric car

Students use the variables of time and distance traveled to observe the characteristics of a distance vs time graphs for the motion of a battery powered car operating with one battery then again with two batteries. This allows students to explore how the number of batteries used to power the car affects the characteristics of distance vs time graphs. Students then use the time and distance data collected for the motion of the cars in the two trials to calculate the average speed of the car in each case. The average speeds will then be compared to the slopes of the respective distance vs time graphs.