CodeRcar is an on-going, in-development open-source project. It is licensed under a the Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike 4.0 License (CC-BY-SA-4.0).

Contributions are welcomed; yea, encouraged.

With all contributions, please bear in mind that Bot-In-a-Box adheres to the Contributor Covenant. As such, abuse, cyber-harrassment, and trolling are not permitted, because if it’s not fun for somebody, it shouldn’t be fun for anybody.

Have an idea for an improvement, found a problem, or can’t figure something out? Create an Issue on the repository at More information about Issues on GitHub can be found at

Got an idea for the implementation of a new feature, or the revamping/improving of a current one? By all means, if you have the idea, the time on your hands, and the will to do so, submit a Pull Request at More information about Pull Requests can be found at

Furthermore, this website (yes, the one on which you’re reading this) is also an open-source project, hosted at, and the same applies here, with the exception of the license, which is under the MIT license. So, if you notice a typo on this website, or see an area of potential refinement, don’t hesitate to do something about it. This website is meant to be as thorough as possible, while remaining simple to navigate and understand. If it ceases to be that for anybody, it needs to be tweaked.

All content on this site is CC-BY-SA 4.0. Do with it what you will, but link back to this page, and if you publicly-release any content based on this page’s resources, be sure to license that content as CC-BY-SA 4.0, as well.

All resources on this site are provided for informational purposes only. Anything you do because of what you read on this site is at your own risk, and I am not responsible for whatever happens because you accessed this site.

CodeRcar is an open-source project, released AS-IS, with no warranty (expressed or implied).

Have fun; learn something; be safe.

Sincerely, Matthew Piercey - Owner of Bot-In-a-Box Educational Robotics