We have been building a small 6-wheel-drive (6WD) rover for the New York Hall of Science for portable demonstrations. In this video, we are testing its various steering methods. The main plate of this robot is a custom part that we machined. The servos, servo blocks, motors, motor mounts, hubs, and wheels are from our friends at ServoCity.com. The components of the pan-tilt turret are also from ServoCity. The brain of the robot is an Arduino Mega. It is also equipped with on-board sound/speaker, four Maxbotix obstacle sensors, a color sensor (at the front), and Neopixel RGB LED light strips. The turret holds a Hero 4 GoPro camera (in a custom case we machined), which transmits live HD video over a Connex video transmitter to a First-Person-View (FPV) Headset. The 7.4V LIPO battery is mounted under the main plate. The Remote Control (which is an Arduino-based device we created) communicates with the robot via xbee radios.