Nice looking Rig, matches the truck very good. Also looks good in front of your house. As a Licensed Contractor and Developer in California, this leads me to Develop a Community that ALLOWS RV parking at your home. We did it already for Boat owners with waterfront homes. No restrictions as the parking will be part of the lot design. My present neighborhood allows 72 hours, and some neighbors get "their panties in a bunch" if over the 72 hours. So to teach them a lesson, after 72 hours I towed down to get propane refilled. Got another 72 hour clock started. They did call the police. When they showed up the cop says "nice trailer". He then said we don't care too much about RV parking, only commercial trucks and trailers, then left. Since then no neighbor complaints-go figure. I store my Toy Hauler in an enclosed building, so in the sun for as little as needed.