Gets soaked after even light rain.
The cart doors, which have no drain holes, but have side trays, fill with water, and the grill cart inside gets wet.
The igniter on the rotisserie burner would not spark after the last rain, until the burner was manually lit with a lighter, and the electrodes dried out.
Covering the grill after each use defies the purpose of having a nice looking stainless steel grill.
Grills, whether they are stainless steel or not, are not designed to keep out the weather, bird droppings, pollen, etc. Using the cover will help maintain the look and integrity of the grill, as well as the warranty. Warranties don't cover damage due to neglect. Impressing the neighbors with a nice looking stainless steel grill is one thing. Impressing them with the way if cooks is even better. Especially, if it works as it should each time.Happy Grilling!! Read More At : ALX2-42N Stainless Steel Gas Grill...