This might look like your average truck, but it’s not.
The truck hides a secret under its body panels.
And inside, is its very own motorcycle garage.
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Filmed by Elegance on Eighteen Wheels Magazine, this heavy-duty truck combines the merits of a big rig with the comfort of a mobile home.
Behind the cabin of the truck is a sizeable space that was used to create studio-like living quarters.
It’s not what you’d call a mansion but it’s definitely big enough to live in.
And it has everything you would need: a bed, a fridge, a fully-equipped kitchen, and a TV.
It even has wood floor, suede upholstery and some vintage-looking curtains that look like they came straight from the 1970s.
So far, it’s all pretty normal.
But behind the 168-foot space that’s used for the living quarters, you’ll find a garage that’s big enough to fit a motorcycle.
It’s also fitted with ramps you can use to load the motorcycle on and off the truck.
Depending on the model, Peterbilt sleeper trucks can hold up to 150 gallons of fuel – or 567 liters.
The truck gets around 10 miles per gallon, so that means you can go a long way before stopping for fuel.
And when you do run out of fuel, all you have to do is park the truck, and start riding the motorcycle instead.
Modern-day engineering at its finest, right?