It’s only a basic parallel circuit. Picture R1 and R2 as the vehicles. Presently as opposed to imagining a 2D graph, picture the circuit as though you’re remaining outside the amusement cart field looking in. The best wire is the roof and the base wire is the floor. R1 and R2 can move around anyplace inside the field and finish the circuit, since they will dependably be contacting the best and base “wires”.
What I experienced most difficulty with understanding bumper cars at last was the controlling. The vehicles are controlled by a solitary wheel in the front that is additionally turned 360°s (or more) by the guiding wheel. The foot pedal is a basic on/off switch. So amusement bumper cars are tricycles with an engine in the front wheel.
Since the vehicles are electric they require two electrical connectors. One is the floor the other the roof. Much the same as trains, where you have rail and wire.
The shaft mount is an extremely basic circuit.
The roof is wired to the live and the floor is wired to the ground.
At the point when the live and the ground both feed through the floor, that is more complicated.
But battery bumper cars and ground bumper cars are popular among kids and adults in the world