The only people who have wanted
to sleep in the Interstate besides us are the grandchildren, who are not even allowed inside
unless one of us is in there.
No play or reading time in our little buggy, thank you. Too many buttons to touch, push and flip---and then, there's that toilet with the foot pedal!
As to covering/shelter, even a carport would do well for shade and weather, and you could still look at that lovely aluminum.
We used to keep the Interstate and, before that, the Barth in the far corner of our backyard, until we fenced it in which made getting it back there impossible. Also, had to be pulled out of deep snow twice for those January trips south.
City ordinance prohibits parking an RV in your drive or front yard, so we have to rent a storage space after November 1 for however long we are home before April 1 when we can again park in the drive.
Yes, the Interstate, fits their criteria, as it has a bathroom.