Among the most popular toys in Menya are these remote control cars:
The wheels are cut from worn out flip-flop soles. The chassis and axels are fashioned from sticks. The body is built with disks extracted from discarded D-Cell batteries. The remote is tethered, not wireless.
Like all vehicles–or toys–these occasionally require maintenance or repair. Today’s task: replacing a broken axel. Step one: cut a new axel.
Step two: mount the wheels.
Step three: test the alignment.
Step four: fine tune adjustments.
Ready to roll.