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Inventvillage.com announces the marketing launch of CAR COTTAGE
CAR COTTAGE is in Patent Pending status within the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Global Invention Royalty Analysis was performed by World Patent Marketing (www.worldpatentmarketing.com)
This invention relates to the field of housing and more particularly to housing facilities which are not fixed in site, but are designed for ready transport from one location to another. Structures of this type are frequently referred to as mobile homes: they are mounted on wheels and arranged to be towed behind a traction vehicle. Units of moderate size may be drawn behind a conventional motor car: traction power for larger units is best provided by a truck, or a tractor for commercial trailers.
There is a contradiction between the requirement of limited dimensions, set when a home of this sort is to be transported on public highways, and the requirement for adequate living space when the home is being used for residence.
It fits a new standard, a new niche in the market, part of it yet different. It is an actual house, a miniature home that can be pulled with you. It is not a trailer, even though it is being trailed.
The invention relates to a mobile structure which is intended for various different uses and purposes and which is of the type that comprises a flat floor chassis with wheels, towing means such that it can be towed by a vehicle and floor support means.
The spinning mechanism of the present invention can be imagined to pop out when pressed and can have some space in between it and the top. The space there can be used to open the top of the floor, the siding that is. There could be something like 4 floors cut outs for storage inside the cottage, or just one big floor cut-out towards the bed side. The toilet has its own spinning mechanism for going down. The shower detaches and lays on its side through clips. The toilet would be covered with curtains. Electricity would be provided with Li-ion battery and Gasoline motor. The excess electricity coming from the gasoline motor will charge the li-ion battery for more efficiency. The outer walls would be made with aircraft grade aluminum and the inner walls.
It would also use nano insulation material. The water for the toilet and faucet will be stored underneath on the lower half of the car cottage. It would be feed through a side opening. Windows would be placed between the door and the stand and behind the lamp. With an open floor design, users can place the tires inside as storage and users can also have room for an electronic station. Outlets can be placed on the floor in addition to the five pronged box. Roofing would be coated with never wet spray or somehow use some kind of waterproofing technology.
The inventor of CAR COTTAGE is seeking a third party licensee to manufacture, market and distribute the product under a royalty agreement. Potential licensees in the appropriate industries are currently being targeted as candidates to eventually commercialize CAR COTTAGE on a worldwide basis.
According to a comprehensive university study brokered by World Patent Marketing, there is a strong likelihood of this product being successful in the marketplace.
Potential licensees interested in obtaining more information about CAR COTTAGE and discussing licensing opportunities with respect to the product can contact the Licensing Department of InventVillage.com at firstname.lastname@example.org or 646-412-5985.
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