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I live in my car with my pets – there is no shower or toilet

She’s a real rider.

A TikToker from Western Canada recently shared that she chose to live inside her Tesla Model Y with only her cat Finley and Samoyed dog Snow.

Stephanie, known on social media as the Little Hippy Gal, has set up the platform to fit a twin bed in her backseat and uses every inch of the electric vehicle to store everyday items.

“I actually have a lot of space,” she says in a video tour of her nearly 50,000-mile red car she named Roxanne.

“Because we’re in a Tesla, we actually have two trunks, so this is one – this has my dog ​​hair dryer, lawn chair, solar panel, plus a fold-down kennel , figure skates and a few other miscellaneous items like my winter coat.

Side door compartments are stocked with cleaning supplies and skin care products, while dog harnesses hang from the passenger seat headrest. Trunk space is used for larger items like a portable stove, non-perishable food, and dog treats.

While the jewel in Elon Musk’s crown is equipped with plenty of luxurious amenities, current models still lack showers and toilets.

That’s why Stephanie carries her handy, dandy “emergency pitcher” with her, which she omits from her video tours of the mobile home.

A TikToker shared how she successfully lives inside her Tesla and travels across Western Canada.

Stephanie always travels with her pets inside the Tesla.
Stephanie always travels with her pets inside the Tesla.

On the road, she has to stop at “recreation centers, gymnasiums, truck stops, friends’ houses, rivers and lakes” to clean herself up.

Stephanie spends much of her time camping and enjoying the beauty of the Canadian wilderness. She even configured her living space to make fancy teas at ease.

“I love the Tesla because it has air conditioning…and I can charge for free most of the time. In fact, I’ve spent almost $30 on charging in the last three months, which is absolutely amazing .

New York Post

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