||We are interested in knowing whether or not the motion of two smooth surfaces
rolling on each other, without slip or twist, can be controlled. We present a few cases of
surfaces rolling on a tangent plane where we show that controllability fails and why. The
control system associated to a rolling motion defines a distribution in the configuration space.
If this rolling distribution is bracket generating, local controllability is guaranteed. After
deriving the kinematic equations for rolling Euclidean submanifolds of co-dimension one,
we derive a condition for local controllability.