Curbside campers to San Francisco — thanks, but no thanks, we’ll stay in the RV

Eight out of 10 people living in cars and RVs in San Francisco don’t appear interested in moving into permanent housing, and only half of the car campers want help from city programs, according to a survey by the Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing.

“Half of the people in the cars and RVs don’t want our services,” said city homeless czar Jeff Kositsky.

And therein lies one of the biggest challenges facing San Francisco and other cities dealing with a growing number of curbside campers.