Now stay tension free in long distance travel, the toilet is made in the car itself, you also watch this video

Now stay tension free in long distance travel, the toilet is made in the car itself, you also watch this video

You find it difficult to find clean public toilets while traveling long distances in India. In such a situation, people avoid traveling in their vehicles. However, a car owner has found a solution to this problem. Yes, a Toyota Fortuner owner installed a working vacuum toilet inside the car. In this video, Revokid shows the unique Toyota Fortuner and explains how the toilet works in it. The SUV looks like a stock car on the outside, while some major changes have been made on the inside.

The third row of this SUV has a removable toilet. It’s a wet toilet, which means it has running water. In the rear design, there is a special tank for carrying water. The video claims that water does not spread under any circumstances. Even when the car is moving at high speed. However, not much detail is given about the installation of the toilet. However, it is compact and occupies only one place in the third row. There is also no information shared about the drainage system in the video.

Such toilets are used in large caravans and vans. Such toilets can be effective on long-distance trips and camping in remote areas, but in everyday life such modifications in the car are useless. These toilets can also be expensive. Such modifications can cost anywhere from Rs 70,000 to Rs 100,000 depending on the structure and type of system used. A while back, Oges Automobiles installed a similar toilet in the Mahindra Bolero and charged Rs 65,000 for it.

It is significant that social distancing has become a major activity in the Covid-19 epidemic. The idea of ​​installing a toilet in the car came from there. In fact, many taxi drivers have relied on this toilet setup with long distance customers in mind. We see these vacuum toilets on airplanes. The main use of these toilets is in vans and caravans. The Mahindra Bolero had two separate water tanks. Western-style seats were imported and mounted on the side of the car.

Not just toilet seats, mini toilets also have taps, soap dispensers and disinfectants for good hygiene. One tank supplies fresh water while the other tank collects dirty water that can be reused. The tanks are made of GRP coated aluminum which will last for many years without any leaks. The whole system is powered by an ill-fated 12V electrical system that also powers an electric pump.

IndianLekhak Editor

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