Trucks and other small vehicles are becoming increasingly popular for children in the U.S. with some states including California seeing an increase in sales of these vehicles in the last year.
The trend started in the early 2000s, but was spurred on by the growing demand for smaller and more affordable vehicles, according to the U-Haul Foundation.
It’s not just the smaller pickups that are getting attention.
Smaller trucks also make up a growing share of the vehicles being sold in grocery stores, convenience stores, movie theaters and other smaller commercial facilities, the Foundation says.
This trend is also happening in other parts of the country, including the Midwest, where sales of smaller pickup trucks are on the rise.
One factor that is likely contributing to the trend is the popularity of smaller trucks among kids and families, said Brian Womack, director of marketing at the TESLAS Foundation.
The organization encourages parents to ask children if they want to play with trucks or other smaller vehicles, as this can be an attractive way to introduce them to their toys and other toys, he said.
Another factor that’s fueling the trend for these vehicles is the adoption of new technologies that have allowed these vehicles to become more affordable, said Michael J. DeBolt, chief executive officer of the Tesla Truck Stop in Rockford, Ill.
“This trend has been a bit of a craze in the past year, and we believe that is what is driving the demand,” DeBort told Reuters Health.
TESLA has had a significant impact on the small truck market.
In the past, the company has grown by more than 5,000% in the 10 years since it was founded in 1999, according a 2016 Reuters Health article.
In addition to the growth in the small pickup truck market, TESELas goal is to help small businesses and consumers to find the best trucks, according the foundation.
For the first time, Teslas trucks are being offered at all truck stops across the country.
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The trucks are getting better and better, and now they’re getting more recognition and they’re making people want to come out and check them out, he added.
DeBolt said he thinks parents have been overwhelmed by the increasing popularity of trucks.
They don’t know how to tell a good truck from a bad one, and it’s difficult to find a good one for the kids that you want to use in a play situation, he told Reuters.
But DeBorets goal is not just to make trucks safer and more efficient for families, he also believes the vehicles have a positive impact on communities.
Many communities are struggling with the issue of children using small vehicles and he said he hopes that more trucks and other vehicles are available in their communities.
“We’re trying to make the trucks safer for people,” he said, adding that there’s more that can be done.
With more trucks on the road, there are more kids playing with the trucks.
DeBoolt said his organization recently received a lot of feedback from parents that they wanted to know more about the safety features of the trucks and how to use them safely, and he’s now sharing that information with local and state governments, schools and other organizations.