With the development of Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) systems people with motor disabilities are able to control external devices using their thoughts. To control a device through BCI, brain activities of the user must be accurately translated to meaningful commands and a design of appropiate BCI paradigms play important roles in such tasks. This work presents a design and evaluation of a BCI system that is based on P300 Event- Related Potentials (ERP) in order to control a mobile robot platform into four directions (left, right, front, back). The ultimate goal of this research is to provide convienient way of controlling a mobile robot as an assistive home technology for disabled people. Low cost EPOC Emotiv headset was used in the BCI system to acquire brain signals with a Jaguar 4x4 Wheel robot as a control platform. We discuss a set of signal processing steps employed in detail and the utility of a regularized logistic regression classifier to detect visual stimuli induced P300 ERPs and, to control the Jaguar robot.