The Jackson Storm RC car and remote come packaged in a clear face, small box. They are held in with some plastic ties so you will need a pair of scissors.
The play experience is a lot of fun with this Cars 3 toy. It took me a little bit to connect the remote and the car but once that was done it didn’t have to be paired again. Jackson Storm has an on/off switch on the bottom and the center button of the steering wheel handle is the connection button.
To operate this RC toy, you can press the up/down style button to direct Jackson forward or back. On the top of the steering wheel are bumper buttons designed to turn his front wheels to the right or left for turning and handling control.
I really like the styling of the remote control like a steering wheel. It is small but comfortable to hold.
I didn’t find anything in particular that I dislike about this toy.
Jackson Storm is recommended for Cars 3 fans over the age of 3.
There are several of the Disney RC cars made like the Disney Cars 3 Jackson Storm Remote Control Vehicle. I look forward to playing with more of them as I anxiously await the release of the new movie!
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