You have your 4WD switch panel, a battery and some solar cells, and you have all of the equipment that you need to get going on your journey. If all goes well, you should be off to the track and cruising at a good clip.
The most difficult part in powering up your switch panel is figuring out how to put it on the track in the first place. This can be done by simply placing it in an empty trailer or truck bed with its legs tucked under it. It will need to be mounted about 4 feet from the back wall so it can be easily accessed and taken off if needed. As with anything else, it will be easier to do it in the morning than it is in the evening because it will be cooler outside. After installing the switch panel, it is time to move the batteries. They can go in the trunk of your truck and be left there while your car is in the workshop.
If your switch panels do not have an outlet for the batteries to go into, they can be connected to a cigarette lighter to get them started. Once you have them on and running, you will want to recharge the batteries every day so you are sure you are always getting the most out of your energy expenditure. If you are driving in heavy rain, you may also want to consider getting an umbrella for protection against the sun’s heat.