Oyinbo Man Abroad Who Lives Inside His Car Turns It Into Office and Works From There, Video Goes Viral
- A software engineer, Mike, has in a video shown people how he works without internet disruption
- Despite living and working from his car, the man used a network booster and recently got a Starlink to make his job easier
- Many people thronged his comment section, wanting to know how he was able to set everything up
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A young man known as Mike on TikTok has in a video revealed how he gets strong internet for his work despite living inside his SUV.
Mike's page is full of videos documenting his life on the road. According to the software engineer, he uses a network booster to get service when he is in an area with low coverage.
How he charges his devices
To work, the young man has a slab fitted to the passenger's dashboard where he places his Apple laptop and works seamlessly.
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He has a phone for tethered internet and mobile wifi. For power, Mike relies on the solar panels placed atop his vehicle.
In the clip, he revealed that his network reception generally got better when he got Elon Musk's mobile Starlink. He demonstrated how he set the facility up.
Watch the video below:
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"Dude, that is an illusion of freedom. Go home, don't be alone."
Dr. Sultan Wardag said:
"Man you are living 50 years ahead of us."
SNOWTHAI MC 99% said:
"Remote work in Thailand. Many living on the road with 5G unlimited data. Working from a motorcycle and camping on a powdery white sand beach."
Axel Linares said:
"I wish there were more people like you. Would bring house prices down."
"I literally would love this! I’m planning on being a software engineer too, and I want to work remotely."
"US seems to be creating a nomadic lifestyle for its inhabitants. I wonder why so many are turning their backs on cities?"
"Rent is up 40% in some areas."
Man imported container home from China
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a man, Zackary South, showed people the alternative route they can take to own a home without having to lay blocks and use cement.
In a video that went viral on TikTok, Zackary revealed he imported a container home from China and it took the order three months to arrive.
When the container got to his place, it turned out to be a 2-bedroom house with a kitchen and bathroom after installation.