Hitch mounts, originally designed to mount flagpoles, can be used as an antenna mounting option for larger antennas. Typically, this mounting solution would not be permanent - you will need to remove and replace the antenna when you travel.
If you have a tow hitch receiver installed already, a flagpole hitch mount could provide you with another antenna position option.
Many manufacturers produce flagpole type hitch mounts - and most are sold for standard flagpole widths. Just make sure you check your antenna's specs and dimensions before purchase - or have a solution for remedying any size inconsistencies between the mount and the antenna.
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- Many folks already have a hitch mount installed.
- Likely needs to be taken down before and reassembled after travel.