On a camping trip, it can be difficult to suddenly move even the lightest and most convenient grills if a forest ranger instructs you to or you're required to do so in another situation. At the very least, one has to wait for the grill to cool down before disconnecting it from a fuel source and moving it to another location.
Kitchen stations do not normally include options for mobility, but the Weber rolling cart
can save a camper lots of time in a pinch. The back wheels on the bottom of the sturdy plastic frame allow you to roll the grill to shelter in the event or a sudden rainstorm - or quickly out of danger should a blaze unexpectedly erupt
"Highly recommend this barbecue stand for your Weber
Grill," suggested one customer on CampingWorld.com. "Grill attaches very safely and the wheels make it easy to move into location away from the table and small children. It frees up the table space for your food. Takes very little room in your storage compartment."
While only available for the Weber Q-100 or Q-200 series grills, this stand allows any customer to quickly wheel a barbecue to the appropriate cooking site.