Kenyan driver in US shows luxury truck interior with fridge and microwave: ‘It’s very comfortable’


Samuel Mulwa, a Kenyan working as a truck driver in the United States, offered a glimpse of the luxury truck he drives.

Samuel Mulwa gave a tour of the truck he drives in the United States. Photos: El and Nic.
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In Samuel Mulwa’s truck

Mulwa circled the cabin, saying he rarely spends time at home.

“It’s very comfortable and that’s why you can drive for hours. I spend 80% of my time here. I’m usually only home two or three days a week.

The front of the cabin where he sits while driving is huge and one can stand up comfortably. The dorms have two bunk beds, and he explained that:

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“Sometimes people do team driving, hence the two beds.”

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Next to the bed is a fridge where Mulwa puts the food he prepares for long trips and comes with a small freezer.

“I don’t cook in the truck, but I prepare the stew for two weeks and store it here. I also have a rice cooker in the truck.

The trucker explained that he prepares his food because the meals served at truck stops are unhealthy.

At the top of the fridge is a closet where Mulwa stores his bags and has clothes rails where he can hang his clothes.

Mulwa’s truck also has a foldable table that could be used for reading. Above is a microwave for heating food and space to hang a TV screen.

“Some truckers even play video games on their screens.”

Mulwa noted that the only thing missing from the cabin is the bathroom, which he accesses at truck stops.

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The young man had previously said he was introduced to the company by a friend and gave up on his career in the medical field.

He admitted trucking was rewarding, revealing that:

“Payment depends on driving experience. When I started, I was earning around KSh732,000 per month before taxes. Taxes are approximately 250,000 KShs.

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