Mine is a 1997 Ford F250 two-door superbed farm truck with a red camper shell. The bed is eight feet, long enough to fit a mattress if I decide to go truckamping and meetup with my RVing blogger friends. It also helps me complete monthly shopping for groceries and other needs, so I'm not going to town to the store every week. If I have to haul water from the nearest Department of the Interior public well, my truck's cab is roomy enough for me to spread out and work comfortably on writing projects while I wait for the vessel to fill. It sits tall enough for me to be able to see well in traffic, where eighteen-wheelers and delivery trucks on a tight schedule are common. The height also helps when I have to cross low bridges in town, which flood in extreme weather. Since auto clubs are scarce and ditches and ruts from lumber trucks are plentiful, I added a winch to the front, which I picked up on sale. I also had my mechanic weld on steps below the doors, so I could get in and out more easily and safely. What are you driving?