And here is an example of a larger one:
But the other day, I was driving into Conroe, Texas and spotted this house truck and it reminded me of the ones in New Zealand that Keith posts about, and I had to snap a quick picture of it. I blotted out the Texas license plat number for the driver's privacy. If you look closely, on the right side under the window, there is a non-U.S. plate that has been painted over. Does anyone know where that plate is from.
Here, let me enlarge it for you:
I would call that a house truck. It has a generator on the back, tanks on the side, and a lockable full size door as an entrance. I see that the truck also has a trailer hitch ball, so maybe he can tow a boat or a spare bedroom or . . . what ever. So, Keith, what do you think of that? Does that qualify for a house truck? Now, you all have a great day, you hear?