Traxxas makes some pretty awesome remote control (or RC) vehicles. Their cars are on every RC racer\u2019s wishlist because of their durability and speed. \n\n\n\nThey are built to withstand all kinds of elements for fast racing fun. The Traxxas Rustler offers an upgrade from the RCs of old being faster and more stable than ever. If this is true, does that mean the Rustler is waterproof?\n\n\n\nThe Traxxas Rustler is not waterproof (meaning it cannot be submerged) but it is water resistant. Since it is water resistant it can be used in rain, snow, ice, or to run through puddles. \n\n\n\nTraxxas\u2019 website says that the Traxxas Rustler is water resistant to allow running it through water, mud, and even snow. The worst terrain has nothing on this aerodynamic, rugged vehicle. \n\n\n\nIt also looks really cool!\n\n\n\nEven though this RC car is water resistant you want to stay away from completely submerging it in water. Submerging the Rustler in a lake or other body of water will destroy it. \n\n\n\nYou will also want to let it dry out first before putting it away to avoid rust. It is also a good idea to use some WD 40 on parts that can rust.\n\n\n\nTo see the most popular Traxxas Rustler models just click here. \n\n\n\nHow Do I Clean My Traxxas Car?\n\n\n\nIf you are an adventure seeking RC racer, you probably put your vehicle through some tough stuff. Mud, grass, water, and dirt can all find its way all over and into your RC car but thankfully cleaning it is pretty easy to do.\n\n\n\nCleaning your Traxxas car should be done after every run. It is easy and quick to get your RC car back into tip top racing shape.\n\n\n\nTo clean your Traxxas RC car you will just need to give it a good wipe down, use compressed air to remove any stubborn or hard to reach dust and dirt, and then dry it completely. \n\n\n\nAfter every use, you should clean the vehicle to keep it in good condition. Remove any batteries and blow off the loose dirt with compressed air or by using a brush (a clean paintbrush works great). Sometimes rocks can get caught between the gears which will interfere with operation. \n\n\n\nIf your run was on pavement, grass, or dirt this is all that is probably required to clean your vehicle.\n\n\n\nIf you have run the car in more harsh conditions such as snow, mud, or water, then extra cleaning is required. \n\n\n\nYou don't want rust to build up on your expensive RC vehicle so the proper cleaning is vital. \n\n\n\nAfter removing any debris, if it is water resistant , spray it down with a general all-purpose cleaner. A build up of mud and\/or grass will need some brushing or more cleaner to let it soak to get it off. \n\n\n\nIf you need to clean the wheels take them off and clean them along with the steering and suspension.\n\n\n\nNow you can use a low pressure hose to wash off the chassis and the wheels making sure to cover the breather hole in the wheels so you don't get water in them. \n\n\n\nNext you will want to use compressed air to blow off the water and wipe any remaining liquid off with a rag. Once it has dried, spray some WD-40 on all the parts that can rust. \n\n\n\nYou can then put the vehicle away to await the next racing day. \n\n\n\nA video on how to clean your Traxxas car is found below\n\n\n\n\nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=dN88sUqa1GE\n\n\n\n\nWhat Is The Fastest Traxxas RC Car?\n\n\n\nAre you curious which of the Traxxas cars are the fastest? While they all have some amazing features one stands out from them all.\n\n\n\nThe fastest remote control (or RC) car that Traxxas makes is the Traxxas XO-1. With its sporty design and speed of 100 mph in 2.3 seconds, this toy car is more than just fast! \n\n\n\nThis RC, all wheel drive toy car is simply amazing but of course it has the price to match coming in at over $1,000! \n\n\n\nSome other of the fastest toy cars are for adults only and include the Traxxas Stampede RC Monster Truck, Tornado EPX PRO, HPI Racing RS4 Sport 3 Flux RTR Ford GT LM Heritage Edition. \n\n\n\nWhen you are in possession of one of these amazing vehicles you will most definitely be the coolest \u201cbig kid\u201d on the block. \n\n\n\nMore Traxxas RC cars with speed and stability are the X-Maxx, Maxx, HOss4x4 VXL, Unlimited Desert Racer,Rustler 4x4 VXL, Bandit VXL, Slash 4x4 Ultimate, Tec 2.0 VXL, and the Revo 3.3.\n\n\n\nFor more adult worthy RC cars just click here. \n\n\n\nWhat Is The Most Expensive Traxxas Car? \n\n\n\nSince we are talking about Traxxas RC cars, you may be curious as to what the most expensive one is. You don't have to have the most expensive toy car to have fun, but let's take a look at which one it is anyway. \n\n\n\nSome Traxxas cars are more than just a toy. They are expertly designed and a lot of work goes into making them. \n\n\n\nThe most expensive Traxxas RC car currently is the Traxxas Maxx 1:8 4WD TQi RTR RnR which costs $1,467.33.\n\n\n\nThe most expensive RC car of all time is the Freefly Tero which costs $5500. This RC car is used to film chase scenes in movies so it isn\u2019t your traditional RC car that you would use in your backyard. \n\n\n\nThe Freefly Tero holds a camera to capture action scenes that would be risky for a human to be involved in. It can be controlled from afar and is perfect for those crazy car chases. \n\n\n\nSince it is so craftily made, you can understand why it is the most expensive.\n\n\n\nThe XB Hornet Black buggy, the Losi 5Ive-T 2.0, the Kraken Vekta.5, the Traxxas XO-1, and the AUTOart 1\/18 Mad Max2 \u2013 The Road Warrior Interceptor are among the other most expensive RC cars out there. \n\n\n\nTheir creator went all out in order to make these the speediest racing machines. That is why they cost so much.\n\n\n\nLets not forget about the good old fashioned diecast cars. Some can get really pricey too, especially one made with gold! \n\n\n\nThe most expensive diecast toy car, The Lamborghini Aventador Gold, is worth $7.5 million dollars. More of the most expensive diecast cars can be found here. \n\n\n\nTraxxas has been making RC cars for over thirty years and pride themselves on making the best. The Traxxas Rustler is water resistant so you don't have to worry about water damage while running it unless you accidentally drive it into a lake. \n\n\n\nYou can enjoy racing the vehicle over snow and water for hours of outdoor RC fun.