Being over confident on where a TT will fit can cause problems.
I recently pulled my 2013 Tracer TT under a low hanging tree. The tree branches looked very small... Unfortunately it punctured the leading edge where the rubber roof meets the side wall.
I went to an RV store and purchased a very expensive roll of sticky rubber patching and some sealant. I spent a couple of hours cleaning and applying the repair patch and then sealing it with the goop.
I think I did a good job but wonder if I should replace the whole roof rubber??? And how much would that cost???
Either way I'm going to avoid trees...