Trump’s travel ban could cause a flood of new travel trailers and other equipment for sale to people from Africa, Asia, the Middle East, and other countries.
The ban has already caused a spike in demand, with some buyers claiming they’re being offered a price cut.
That could be a blessing or a curse for some buyers.
The White House has said there are no plans to restrict travel to those countries.
“The Trump Administration continues to review the impact on the domestic tourism industry and will provide a final determination to the public once all available data has been reviewed,” said an official statement from the White House.
“However, based on the review and on available information, we cannot predict when the impact would begin.”
But what’s actually going on?
Some of the new travel trailer deals are already in the news.
Earlier this month, a company called Luxury Travel LLC announced that it had bought four luxury trailers for $1.8 million from a company that sells travel trailers.
Luxury says the trailers are “designed to fit the most popular travel trailers in the marketplace today,” which includes the “travel trailer for sale,” a “travel Trailer for Sale,” and “Travel Trailer for Buy.”
It also sells “travel trailers, tents, sleeping bags, and a variety of other items,” including “Travel Tent,” “Tent for Sale” and “Towel.”
Luxury also said the trailers were “not for sale” and were not part of the list of items that could be sold.
But a representative for Luxury told Business Insider that Luxury is “a long-standing seller of travel trailers.”
A Luxury representative told Business in a statement that the company was “very disappointed in the Trump Administration’s actions” and that Luxory is “committed to supporting all of our customers in any way we can.”
Luxory also said it was offering the trailers “in all sizes” and is “looking for more.”
Luxories website says that the trailers include “an exterior window and the interior doors, which can be easily secured with a zipper.”
The company is selling the trailers through its website and through its online store.
Luxories online store says that it will be offering the trailer in two different sizes: “Small” and $3,500, and “Large” and up to $10,000.
It also says the trailer can be rented for up to four people.
Luxuries has also offered trailers to tourists in China.
Luxurious said that it was looking for “the largest number of people in the world” to rent the trailer, but that it didn’t have a specific number.
Luxures website says the “tent” is “designed for up two people,” and that it’s “perfect for a single person or small group.”
Luxuries website also says it can provide a bed and a table.
“Our trailers are designed for a very stable position and great airflow, making it ideal for camping, picnics and other activities,” Luxuries says.
Luxoys website says it has offered trailers for more than a year and has sold about 500 trailers, but only about 30 are on the market.
“Travel trailers are the most requested item from travel agents, tour operators and travel guides worldwide,” Luxoys said in a press release.
“We have seen the demand for travel trailers skyrocket and it’s a great way to get your business on the map.”
The Travel Trailer for Rent website has also been flooded with requests for trailers.
It lists more than 1,000 RV trailers on sale for $4,800 each.
The company also has several other trailers for rent.
“If you’re looking to rent a travel trailer or other gear for your business, we can help you find the best price,” Luxurious says.
The travel trailer market is not the only area that’s been hit hard by Trump’s ban.
The Department of Homeland Security has been cracking down on travel from some countries, such as Iran, Syria, and Iraq.
The Trump administration has also banned the use of refugees as a bargaining chip for trade deals, while restricting travelers from the U.S. and the U: the United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom have also imposed travel bans, and there’s been a temporary ban on people from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, and Syria.
All of these countries are among the countries affected by Trump and his administration’s travel restrictions.
The Associated Press first reported the travel ban on Tuesday.