No, the hot and cold faucets on the hood don’t turn on. And the toilet seat that says “Tops for Bottoms” doesn’t really flush. But it still looks good, according to Christine Roderick, bookkeeper of Roderick & Son Plumbing. She says there are people who actually walk up to the truck and try to turn the faucets on.

Richard Roderick uses his logo, “Stops At The Sign Of A Drip,” — which bears a faucet with three drips, two hot and cold faucets and a toilet seat — on everything, including his truck, toilets on key chains and red-painted handles on his tools. Roderick has been running the business for 45 years, and came up with the design himself.