Texas Man Heats Home, Makes Coffee, Powers TV and Fridge With His 2021 Ford F-150 During Brutal Winter Storm

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We’ve all seen the crazy videos and photos from down South after the brutal winter storm left so many in a situation they never thought was possible.

Hell, the videos are still coming in. Here’s someone going into work in Ada, OK…

As for Texas, it was battered. But for one guy, his new truck came up huge.

Randy Jones, 66, from Katy is a retired refinery worker and recently purchased a brand new 2021 Ford F-150 Hybrid truck with PowerBoost Onboard Generator.

He used the juice to heat the house, make coffee, catch up on the news, and more.

Jones took to the F150Gen14.com forum to share the photos and more info, before they popped off and went viral.

“A little south Texas 10-20 degree cold front took out the power for 3 days so I had a chance to try out the generator on my truck. I haven’t put in a switch to my house power panel yet so I just used a few extension cords. Ran power to some lights, coffee pot, 75” Tv, toaster oven, space heater and refrigerator. I ran it for about 10-12 hours per day to keep the freezer food frozen. I guess that’s not much load because it only used a few gallons of gas over that time. I am more than pleased on what it did for me.

Easy to use, just turn it on and forget it. I had to reset the 2 breakers in the truck bed to start since they were tripped by the salesman when he gave me the initial tour. Took the keys with me and locked my door. It started and stopped the engine occasionally. Cell service was out also so I didn’t get a chance to try the Ford Pass App. Much quieter than the neighbors generator and I didn’t have to refill it in the cold every 8 hours. No filling stations open so he was in the dark after his two 5 gallon cans ran out.

Ease of use: Check
Plenty of power for my needs: Check
Quiet service: Check
Glad I have: Check”

Here’s more showing all the power Randy was able to generate.

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Ford’s CEO Jim Farley even retweeted it.

As Kip Moore once said…”somethin’ ’bout a truck.”

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