Leroy has a few rabbits, and he plans to enter them in a contest. The 300 mile train trip has Leroy excited about the travelling. A mixup finds that Gildy is without his train tickets, so he and Leroy take the family car instead. An exchange of words about the pot hole filled road, gets heated when Gildy finds himself complaining directly to the highway commissioner. The ruffled Gildy takes the road commissioners car by mistake. He doesn’t know that the back of the car is loaded with explosives to deal with road construction issues.
State troopers soon apprehend Gildy and Leroy. Will a phone call to Birdie be able to clear up Gildy’s identity? The road commissioner is kind enough to let Gildy off the hook, and they get back into their own cars. Meanwhile, Birdie has done some checking, and discovered the family car missing. Not knowing about the lost train tickets, she reports it stolen.
Cops once again pull Gildy and Leroy over. Will a phone call to Birdie let him off the hook again? Will Leroy get to show his rabbits? More mixups of identity, cars, and tickets are still in store.