America is a land of a wide range of vehicles. Consider, 18 million Americans own recreational boats so they can take their friends and family fishing or tubing. Additionally, 7% of Americans own at least one recreational vehicle. They use their RVs to take cross country tips and to go camping. The first recreational vehicle was the Touring Landau, a chauffeur-driven vehicle made by Pierce Arrow in 1910. It had a back seat that could fold into a bed, a chamber pot for a toilet, and an intercom system for communication between passengers and the chauffeur. Of course, things are much different now.
Yes, we love our vehicles, whether they are boats, RVs, or classic sports cars. Naturally, we want to protect our vehicles from the elements while they are in storage. Carports have long been a favorite way to effecti