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Melissa & Doug Deluxe Wooden Vehicles & Traffic Signs
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- Includes 6 vehicles and 10 traffic signs
- Compatible with wooden railway sets
- Hand painted
- Solid wood
- Recommended Age Rating is 3 Years and up
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Top Customer Reviews
Just as a note My 2 year old son is not yet interested in the signs but my 4 year old daughter loves to set them them up and plays with them. They do look cute and hopefully will get more use.
These are well-constructed (unlike similar products for sale). The glued pieces are attached well, and the wheels on the cars are free moving.
Like all M and D products, I highly recommend this.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great sturdy set that works really well with Ikea or Melissa & Doug wooden train components. It's the right scale and colors to perfectly complement an elaborate setup and makes... Read morePublished 12 months ago by dewfactor
My son has had these for many years now. He still loves to play with them, Great qualityPublished 13 months ago by S. Wood
Great quality, which is why I rated it a 5. Unfortunately my grandkids really don't play with it much, even with a floor mat designed to be town.Published 15 months ago by Gram To 6
Sturdy, bright and toddler-proof. Everything I was looking for while making my purchase, and the streets of his play rug are safe and regulated.Published on June 6, 2014 by Cassandra Webb
Bought this along with the Country Fun Kids Rug for a grandson. He loves it and plays with it a lot.Published on January 5, 2014 by Joanne Goodwin