This is a list of every form, method, and device used for transportation in the Happy Tree Friends world. Whether or not it's a character being transported or an item.
Ambulances are used to carry injured characters to hospitals. An ambulance is first seen in Wheelin' and Dealin' though it is parked and causes Handy's death. In I Get a Trick Out of You, an ambulance is called to pick up a bisected Cuddles. An ambulance is seen in Ski Patrol, with Cuddles once again being the patient. A small ambulance can be outside of the hospital in Party Animal. In Concrete Solution, Sniffles drives an injured Nutty in ambulance when he finds out about his stomach problem. An ambulance gets in a crash accident with The Whale's heart and a truck in A Change of Heart. In A Sucker for Love Part 1 and A Sucker for Love Part 2, The Mole helps both Cub and Nutty with there medical problems, using an ambulance. In All In Vein, a vampire Lumpy is driven in an ambulance by Toothy.
A large vehicle meant to take a large amount of characters or people. A bus is first seen in The Carpal Tunnel of Love with Lumpy, Cuddles, and Giggles getting a ride to a diner. Sniffles would later take the bus in order to get to a convention in Wrath of Con.
While these buses have never been used for school purposes, it is the name given to yellow buses. The school bus is first seen in Happy Trails Pt. 1 and Happy Trails Pt. 2: Jumping the Shark, though it is destroyed in the latter. It used to take Cuddles, Flaky, Toothy, Petunia, and Sniffles on a field trip to the zoo with Lumpy as the driver in From A to Zoo. The school bus is seen again in Gems the Breaks, with Cuddles, Toothy, and Sniffles inside. The school bus is lastly seen in Cubtron Z, Cubtron rips off the roof of the bus to pull Cuddles, Giggles, and Petunia out. Coincidentally, Cuddles is always seen in the school bus.
Lumpy owns a mobile animal cage for his ducks in Mime to Five.
The Characters' Cars
Cuddles' first car is seen in Ipso Fatso. Cuddles later has a pale red car in Concrete Solution, it can be seen parked in at the diner and later on the highway. Cuddles has a blue parked car in A Bit of a Pickle. Cuddles has another blue car in False Alarm.
Toothy owns a green car in Concrete Solution.
The first car seen in the series is Lumpy's Brown Lincoln Continental, it first appears in Treasure Those Idol Moments, Lumpy is later seen driving the same car in Get Whale Soon, The Way You Make Me Wheel, and Junk in the Trunk. The car can also be seen in Lumpy's stack of lights in Stealing the Spotlight.
Sniffles drives an orange car in Pet Peeve
Pop owns a station wagon in And the Kitchen Sink which he uses to attempt to free Cub from the sink faucet. Pop is later seen driving a convertible in Concrete Solution. In Mime to Five, Pop owns a green car. He drives another green car in Clause For Concern.
The Mole drives a red car in Spare Tire.
In Wheelin' and Dealin', Handy, Lifty, Shifty, and Lumpy are seen in a race in their own crafted race cars. All three of the race cars appear to be mostly made from a log of tree wood. Lumpy's race car is blackened and burned when Lifty and Shifty steal his tires, the duos race car later ruined when it falls sideways and skids against the pavement. A race car is seen as a choice for Lumpy to use to catch up with Lifty and Shifty in Junk in the Trunk.
Student Driver Car
Flaky can be seen being test driven by Handy in Easy Comb, Easy Go
Three cars, excluding The Mole's car, can be seen at the drive-in theater in Blind Date.
Handy and The Mole are seen using a red car in Don't Yank My Chain though it is unknown who the actual owner of the car is. It is later stolen by Lifty and Shifty and destroyed by a train.
In Doggone It, a random car drives over Mime's head.
Numerous random cars appear in Concrete Solution, the first two being seen at the diner one yellow and the other green. Another green car and a blue car appears on the highway when it starts to rain. A brown car and an orange car are seen when the bridge is completely destroyed.
Some cars can be seen in the line of a drive-thru for Russell's restaurant.
Numerous damaged cars can be seen in a junkyard in Chew Said a Mouthful.
Three cars can be seen in a parking lot in See What Develops.
A pink/orange car can be seen in the background in In a Jam.
Nutty's chocolate wife drives a red car in A Sucker for Love Part 2.
A car can be seen flipped over on its side after Fliqpy kills numerous characters in By The Seat Of Your Pants.
Two cars can be seen in the parking lot of the diner in The Carpal Tunnel of Love.
Cuddles and Toothy ride carts in Camp Pokeneyeout.
Nutty is given one in his Smoochie.
Construction and Work
Seen briefly at the construction site in Concrete Solution.
Seen briefly in False Alarm.
Seen briefly in Concrete Solution when construction for the bridge is almost finished
Seen in the junkyard in Chew Said a Mouthful. It is the cause of Nutty's death in the episode.
Seen briefly carrying wood in False Alarm.
Lumpy uses this machine to destroy an old playground in All Work and No Play.
Lifty and Shifty use one to steal all of Flippy's belongings in Easy For You to Sleigh.
This old fashioned method of travel can be seen in one of Sniffles' dreams in Dream Job.
The famous vehicle from Back to the Future can be seen briefly on Sniffles' TV as he is watching the same movie.
Built by Sniffles to help rescue Cub in A Hole Lotta Love.
Flippy drives it through his garage door as he attempts to drive away from Fliqpy.
A motorcycle is first seen in Junk in the Trunk as Lumpy is choosing a vehicle to chase Lifty and Shifty with. Lumpy is the only character to be seen driving a motorcycle. He does this first as a police officer in A Bit of a Pickle and again in Brake the Cycle as a daredevil.
Bikes are very popular with the HTF characters as they are used to just have fun, to move faster, or to do paper routes.
Mime pushes one around as a flight attendant in Wingin' It.
Used for carrying groceries. Pop can be seen using one at the end of Concrete Solution. In Chew Said a Mouthful, Nutty uses a shopping cart in a candy store. The Mole can be seen pushing a shopping cart outside in False Alarm.
Giant Hamster Ball
Lumpy uses one to push all of his equipment and luggage through the airport in Wingin' It.
What Lumpy chose to chase down Lifty and Shifty's van in Junk in the Trunk.
Cro-Marmot uses one in Wipe Out!
Petunia owns a stroller, which she uses to push her teddy bear and The Cursed Idol in Hello Dolly. Lumpy has a picture of his corn on a cob in a stroller in Aw, Shucks!. In A Sucker for Love Part 2, Nutty uses a stroller with three seats for his chocolate candy babies. In Bottled Up Inside, Pop uses a stroller for Cub, who is drinking milk.
Seen being used by several characters in Wipe Out!.
Lumpy has a picture of his corn on a cob riding a trike in Aw, Shucks!. Cub is seen riding his tricycle in A Vicious Cycle. The tricycle ends up getting possessed by Fliqpy when he is struck by lightning while holding the tricycle.
Used by Lumpy to attempt getting a baby bird back in it's nest.
A mechanism used to transport skiers up hills. Flaky fell asleep on one in Ski Ya, Wouldn't Wanna Be Ya! and woke up near a hill that reaches near space. Lumpy is given instructions on how to be safe around the ski lift in Ski Patrol though he ends up increasing the speed of the lift causing it to fling characters out of their seats.
Seen being operated by Lumpy in Cubtron Z.
Trains are sometimes seen passing by in the series. The first appearance of a train is in Don't Yank My Chain. Trains make later appearances in Aw, Shucks!, Clause for Concern, Mirror Mirror, and All In Vein.
Animal Officer Truck
Lumpy uses this vehicle to do his job as an animal officer in Doggone It.
Cro-Marmot's Ice Cream Truck
Cro-Marmot can be seen driving his iconic ice cream truck in a number of episodes, serving ice cream to the characters.
Makes a small appearance at the construction site in Concrete Solution.
Seen briefly in Concrete Solution when construction for the bridge is almost finished. In Blast From the Past, Sniffles drives a dump truck to get rid of all of the playground equipment near the ending. A dump truck full of candy is offered to Nutty in False Alarm.
Russell drives a truck filled with fish in Hear Today, Gone Tomorrow.
A fire truck is first seen in Who's to Flame?, under the control of Disco Bear, Cuddles, The Mole, Toothy, and Sniffles. Another fire truck appears randomly as a result of Pop's wish in As You Wish. Two fire trucks can be seen in Mirror Mirror as they are being used to keep The Whale alive by spraying water on it.
Handy's Tow Truck
Handy can be seen with his tow truck The Way You Make Me Wheel and his TV starring pop-op. Handy is later seen driving it in Concrete Solution. It later appears without Handy in The Carpal Tunnel of Love.
Sometimes Handy seems to be driving a similar truck, but without his logo on it and without the hook in the back.
Flippy is seen using a rusty pickup truck with barrels filled with radioactive goop in the trunk. Lumpy uses a pickup truck to leave the cemetery only to crash through The Mole's roof in Can't Stop Coffin.
First seen being used by numerous Generic Tree Friends on a busy road in Havin' A Ball. Handy is seen checking the engine to his semi-truck in Blind Date. Lumpy is later seen driving one in From Hero to Eternity. Two semi-trucks are seen in the road in And the Kitchen Sink. A semi-truck, carrying support wires, is seen on the construction site in Concrete Solution. Another truck can be seen below the bridge as it breaks apart, it has a large chunk of concrete crushing it. A third truck appears after the bridge is destroyed with a dead Toothy inside. Lifty and Shifty use a truck to load all of Flippy's belongings in Easy For You to Sleigh. A semi-truck is seen pushing The Whale's heart out of a tunnel and getting in a crash accident with an ambulance. Lumpy accidentally runs over Flippy with a semi-truck. A truck filled with large water bottles can be seen in Bottled Up Inside. A truck full of pipes can be seen in The Carpal Tunnel of Love.
Sniffles builds the machine in order to fix a glass of milk that he spilled and to resurrect the main characters.
Lifty and Shifty can be seen using there van on numerous criminal occasions in the show, as seen in Junk in the Trunk, Buns of Steal, Easy Comb, Easy Go, As You Wish, False Alarm, Doggone It, and Concrete Solution. Lumpy owns a multi-colored van where he keeps his trophies in Wipe Out!. In Pet Peeve, The Mole drives a van.
(Usually a bus or large van) A bloodmobile is seen in In a Jam where Nutty and Cuddles have there blood donated to The Mole, who operates the vehicle.
Sometimes used by some characters to deliver stuff to other characters. Cuddles and Toothy both use these vans to deliver objects to Lumpy in Aw, Shucks!. Lumpy uses a delivery van in order to deliver mail and packages in Letter Late than Never. The Mole uses a delivery van to pick up an order of buns in Buns of Steal. In An Inconvenient Tooth, Lumpy runs over Toothy with a fertilizer delivery truck.
A garbage boat is seen being used by Russell to carry out trash in Who's to Flame?.
Pop uses a motorboat to find Cub, who he thinks was taken by the tide.
Russell can be seen with a rowboat in his starring pop-ups for the TV series and the internet seasons 3-4. Lumpy first uses a rowboat in Off the Hook to go fishing. Russell uses a rowboat to go harpooning in Get Whale Soon, he also uses one to take Giggles on a date in You're Kraken Me Up and Sea of Love, and goes fishing in one in Put Your Back Into It. Handy and The Mole both use a rowboat to escape from Lumpy who is trying to get them back in jail in Don't Yank My Chain.
Seen very briefly at the end of Get Whale Soon.
Handy and Petunia ride in one as a couple in My Better Half
Lifty and Shifty use an inflatable raft to help the characters stranded on a desert island.
Russell and Lumpy are always associated with ships. In Sea What I Found, Russell and Lumpy use a ship to find treasure. In Snow Place to Go, Russell, Lumpy, Cuddles, Giggles, Toothy, and Flaky all go on a trip together in the arctic ocean. Lastly, in Idol Curiosity, The Mole drives a ship, Lumpy looks out for trouble, Russell swaps the deck, while Sniffles and Toothy act more as guests. Russell juggles piranhas while sitting in a cannon in YouTube Copyright School.
An airplane is seen in the first episode of the show as there is a parked one in Spin Fun Knowin' Ya. The same plane is seen in Blast From the Past with Sniffles piloting it. Sniffles would later pilot another plane in Wingin' It with Mime as a flight attendant and Cuddles, Giggles, Lumpy, Flaky, Petunia, Pop, and Cub riding as passengers. Handy is also seen using an airplane in Gems the Breaks and A Change of Heart. In Peas in a Pod, Lumpy uses a crop duster plane to spread poison over the Pod Lumpys.
While balloons aren't typically used for transportation, Lumpy managed to make them useful by tying them to a chair in order to get to a high tree branch.
A helicopter is seen carrying an injured Lumpy in Havin' A Ball, in the same episode the helicopter kills Pop and crash lands on Lumpy at the ending. Lumpy flies a helicopter in Ski Patrol, carrying an injured Cuddles to an ambulance. Handy uses a helicopter in Who's to Flame? to put out city fires, he is later killed by his helicopter when he hits the eject button. He reappears with the same helicopter in Hear Today, Gone Tomorrow. In the same episode, Flippy uses a helicopter to chase and to try and kill Lumpy.
Sniffles attempts to fly with one in his Smoochie but it blasts without Sniffles and removes his arms.
The first rocket ship is built from spare parts of a broken bus by Sniffles, Flippy, Handy, and Lumpy in Happy Trails Pt. 2: Jumping the Shark. In As You Wish, Lumpy grants Sniffles a rocket. It is knocked over, however and kills it's owner, Pop, and Mime. A rocket ship can also be seen flying around Splendid in his TV starring pop-up.
Two can be seen in Splendid's TV starring pop-up.