Each episode focuses on different transportation vehicles, however, one episode is reserved for Santa Clausand another for roller coasters. Each is live-action, starring Dave Hoodand is sometimes accompanied by Becky Borg. The series of videos revolved around Dave and sometimes with Becky in jobs that center around the vehicles being featured. Dave and Becky always reminded kids that they did not have respective jobs, but the real workers had Young And Foolish - Mike Douglas - Young At Heart for them to pretend for the day so that the viewers could learn about the vehicles being featured as well as learn a little more about the jobs the vehicles serve.
While the most part of the videos focused on showing how the vehicles worked and what they can do, in some episodes predictably Dave would get into the trope of getting in trouble example: accidentally knocking down a building in There Goes a Bulldozer and deliver his catchphrase, "I shouldn't have done that! Sometimes, Becky would get into the same crazy trouble with Dave. In these videos, the hosts talked about how the vehicles worked, the history of the vehicle featured and talked to real people who worked in their fields.
At the end of each episode, Dave and sometimes with Becky would encourage the viewers to visit their local library or visit the place based on the theme's episode to learn more about the vehicles.
On other episodes, at the So You Win Again - Klaus Wunderlich - Wunderlich Pops 7, Dave and Becky would also remind the viewers about safety examples include: don't play on the railroad tracks in There Goes a Train and don't play with fire in There Goes a Fire Truck.
Other times, the people who worked in the fields of the vehicles would discuss safety to the viewers as well. Fireman Dave takes a visit to the Ontario, California Fire Department to see what Come On, Lets Go - Various - 1958 Still Rockin takes to be There It Goes Again - Barbara And The Uniques - There It Goes Again / Whats The Use real firefighter and how fire trucks work.
There is also footage of the Ontario International Airport Fire Department where they show how their fire apparatus works. Pilot Dave learns all about different types of airplanes and how they work, including taking a hair-raising and possibly faked flight in a newly-manufactured Waco PT Most of the footage shows the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department in action. Dave has a dream that he spends a day at Six Flags Magic Mountain and rides on all different types of roller coasters and other thrill rides.
Dave and Becky pretend to be Santa Claus and do the duties that he does. Also, this episode is a flashback episode when Dave and Becky remember what they did in the past. Dave and Becky learn about garbage trucks and how important it is to keep the Earth clean and not pollute. Dave learns all about dump trucks and other construction vehicles.
This episode is somewhat similar to There Goes A Bulldozer. Dave learns all about farm trucks and how they work. Sort of similar to There Goes A Tractor. Tank Driver Dave goes to Camp Pendleton and learns all about tanks and other military There It Goes Again - Barbara And The Uniques - There It Goes Again / Whats The Use and how they work.
Rescue Hero Dave learns about rescue work and the vehicles and equipment they use. He also meets a rescue dog named Charlie. A spin-off known as Rockin' Real Wheels was also released featuring songs about the specific types of vehicles featured in the main series. There are four episodes in this series. Along the way, they meet Tuffy the train in a musical train adventure. During an open house at the fire department, two kids meet Freddy the Friendly Fire Engine as Plenty Of Time - The Rutles - Rehearsal embark on a musical journey learning all about fire trucks.
Along the way, the kids learn about the various types of tools and equipment the firefighters use as well as various fire safety guidelines.
Various songs are used to entertain the kids. An animated Santa Claus takes the viewers on a holiday musical adventure. The "Real Wheels" series has also released a series of DVD, each usually containing two episodes as well as a blooper reel, interactive glossary, and other special features. The DVDs are usually titled as "Adventures", with three episodes sharing a theme among their featured vehicles.
A spin-off called "Rockin' Real Wheels" was also released featuring songs about a specific type of vehicle. It starred Dave Hood that featured him doing magic tricks and had audience participation stunts.
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