This actually looks great and very easy to install, the reason that I got 4 stars is because we are in Oregon where rains a lot and this tent doesn't leak water from holes but all the inside is so hummed so if you are with a better weather it should work great.
It was no big deal and didn't affect my opinion of it.I've had it up for 3 months and during this time we've had some severe wind and rain and the cover has done what it was intended to do - kept the car out of the weather and dry.
It's not a garage but I wasn't expecting it to be, I just needed some weather protection and this has worked out great.
!If you are in a wind prone area, this is likely to fall apart & fly unless you do extra securing & anchoring of the posts & the tent itself.Shortly after this was put up, we had bad Santa Anas which picked up the tent and a few posts and carried them into the neighbor's yard.One of the posts bent to a point where it broke off above the umbrella stand in which it was placed.Since **reassembling & anchoring at several points, the tent has been fine, stayed put & served its purpose, even in wild winds.
But this is great for my car.
I'm sad to say we had this for 2 weeks and when we had a storm it ripped apart.
I WAS able to put it up by myself, with a little creativity, but I don't want to do that again.However I do NOT recommend this if you want things inside to stay dry, especially in a wet environment.I lashed it down good and it's been fine in wind storms.
Spent the day installing frame bolting down and went to put cover on and all we have are side pieces!
Had I not mechanically fastened the tube frame together with screws (it comes with nothing - it's a slip joint assembly; At least it was until I put screws in it) the frame would have completely fell apart, leaving the covering to fly away to God knows where unhindered.
I bought that from Costco and at the time they did not have replacement canopies.This product is engineered so that there is a seem on the top of both sides of the roofing - about 6 inches from the edge - that acts as a funnel for water seeping into the covered area.