"Yes, it was a no-brainer when we at Blackagain looked at it," stated GM Rick Duckalways. "This way, our residents will feel safer, and even those we hit (watch out, seniors!) will laugh about it when they wake up in the hospital."
First, though, a tool attachment on the back will have to be placed on the "Little Tikes."
"It is tough dealing with the population explosion here and all the AirBnb apartments. But where there is a will, there is a way," assured Duckalways.
The new Little Tikes vehicles will begin appearing in February, 2018.