So I am doing a project for school that involves making a sort of car-thing with a Raspberry Pi, getting the idea from projects.raspberrypi.org.
I wasn't able to order the suggested pieces online, so I went to my local hobby shop and bought a bunch of things that seemed similar. (I don't know what I'm doing. At all.) I have a Uln2003 stepper motor driver that came with the "Kuongshun Power Supply Learning Kit" that I bought and some regular motors. Not stepper motors, but like normal motors. I don't know if they're brushless or brushed, I don't know what that means. I have two of them. The kit they came in says they're made for 3 volts, so 2 AA batteries. I think they might be able to handle 4 AA batteries, but I don't want to test because I don't want to burn out the motors.
My question is this: Can I use the stepper motor driver to control the two regular motors? I want to control the direction the motors move in so that I can make the car turn. Do I need an Arduino to make this happen?