Moisture ingress would be my concern, unless the seals are air tight.
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boutland we had a pennine pullman for 5 years and a pennine fiesta before that for 4 years and both were stored outside in all weathers without any problems, we stored it with front raised higher than the back so excess water ran off, in the winter I put large bubble wrap on top of the bed boards under the transit cover and never once had damp or moisture ingress, mind I did have a pennine breathable cover over the campers in the winter and on dry days I would periodically erect and open it for an hour, they are more durable than you think.
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we have previously had FC' s initially a pullman, we had a rigid shelter / mini car port style made locally to put it under and then covered it with a large tarpaulin , we are
fortunate to have the space to do so , i wouldn't rely solely on the travel cover to keep it "weatherproof" invest in a decent tarp' or a suitable winter cover , and as suggested previously ,raise the unit by the jockey wheel to create the run off to avoid water pooling and settling
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