The Bag Boy is a bagging loading vehicle which seats 2 people and are only present around Wardill Airport.
In Saints Row, it has 3 fixed parking spawns and does not spawn driving.
In Saints Row, parked Bag Boys always have a single trailer attached, and the trailers do not spawn separately.
In Saints Row, parked Bag Boys do not have a trailer attached, but Bag Boys being driven have a single trailer attached.
Unattached Baggage Trailers spawn around the airport with up to 3 connected together.
Attached Baggage Trailers make the Bag Boys very difficult to steer. It is not possible to connect or disconnect a baggage trailer, and it is not possible to save them in the garage, or modify a Bag Boy with one attached.
In Saints Row, the Bag Boy cannot be customized.
In Saints Row 2, the Bag Boy has few Vehicle Customization options. It does not have Hydraulics, Industrial Rims available or any options in Body Mods or Details. The available Wheel Sizes are 8-12 and the available Wheel Widths are 1–3.
- Body Color (2 sections)
- Rim Color (2 sections)
- Window Tint
- Interior Color
- The Cheat for this vehicle in Saints Row is #226269 (#BagBoy).
- The Cheat for this vehicle in Saints Row 2 is #1046.
- When jumping into the back of a Bag Boy or a Baggage Trailer, they often catch fire after driving a short distance.
- Driving a Bag Boy in Saints Row sometimes freezes the game. Having V-Sync turned on makes it crash more often.
- The Baggage Trailer contains unusable Luggage objects, which are defined as Improvised Weapons without interaction info.
- The unattached Baggage Trailers at the airport are not vehicles, they are objects. They cannot be damaged, have their tires popped, or be destroyed, and they cannot be targeted with the Annihilator RPG.
- When damaged, Baggage Trailers smoke at the attachment point. When targeted with the Annihilator RPG, it locks onto that same point.