designer's own words:The homeless should not be considered useless or unintelligent. They are the same as you or I but have fallen on hard times. They deserve a place to sleep, to be sheltered, and to store their possessions. This cart accomplishes these three basic needs very easily. -A large design for maximum storage can be used under the hammock and in the drawers in the rear of the design. -Lightweight, durable canvas stretches over to provide shelter from the elements. Plastic sheet windows magnify suns rays for heat. Zippers provide for the cover to be converted easily and simply. These zippers on the cover also allow for the possibility for numerous units to be connected to one another under one continuous tent. -A hammock forms to the body for comfort. It is a lightweight resting-place and easy to store away for access to the large storage bin below. -A small butane camping pull-out stove provides a small cooking surface, and if left on for a safe amount of time serves as a heat source for inside the "cabin" of the tent. -The durable bicycle-like wheels allow for easy transportation over many types of terrain and are lockable to eliminate roll away. -The body of the cart is composed of lightweight sheet metal or durable plastic for easy maneuverability. -The rear of the unit is very versatile, providing both drawers for added storage and a collapsible chair for seating when the hammock is stored away.