Queens Auto Dealer: Ditch the Exercise, Buy a Car

Major World in Queens is at it again.  This time they're using a portable billboard to broadcast the message that bicycling and walking aren't the best choice to get around.

One side features a tricycle and asks potential clients if they are being treated "like a kid". Though one could argue the tricycle is  just a symbol of youth, the message is pretty clear: they're also attacking cycling.  The other side shows a version of the same ad we saw a few months ago in the New York Daily News where Major World proclaims that walking is a great exercise "and you'll never have to do it again".

I'd really love to know if anyone actually DID trade in their old shoes OR "three wheeler" towards a credit for a new car.