22 Jun, 2024
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RV Storage – A Locker For Your Precious RV

RV Storage – A Locker For Your Precious RV

What a bank locker is to your jewels, RV storage is to your priced possession – Recreational Vehicle.

When you buy your recreational vehicle, one of the things to consider is its storage. You may think that there would not be a need for it to be stored, but there usually is. For one thing, you would not always be on the road. There would be specific times when you would use the vehicle. You may go camping and a lot of places have seasons for camping. You may go cross-country, but that would not be year round.

Another thing to consider is the space available in and around your house to park a large vehicle that will not be used regularly. Even if you have a big area around your house to park it, would you really like to use up the space for an unused vehicle? Of course, no.

Advantages Of Indoor RV Storage

The best way to store your recreational vehicle is indoors. There are many advantages of storing a vehicle indoors. The most important of them all is to protect your vehicle from wear and tear. You can protect your RV from sun damage both to the interior and exterior using indoor storage units. Indoor storage can protect your vehicle from paint oxidation, water damage, and roof cracking. Harsh weather can also cause your tyres to deflate and crack. Parking your vehicle indoors will help protect the tyres as well.

Another huge advantage is that usually the big storage companies keep these self storage units and the RV clean. Storing your vehicle indoors will automatically keep it clean because you avoid the bird droppings, rodents and other such things. So, when you want to use your vehicle, you don’t really have to clean it. This means less work for you.

Indoor self storage not only protects your RV from wear and tear related to weather, but also from vandalism. No one will go inside the unit to damage it. By using a third party company will also ensure that you are not violating any city codes for parking or safety.

Moreover, RV storage places are generally secure. So, you don’t have to worry too much about theft. Insurance companies also prefer indoor storage. You don’t have to worry about your vehicle because in the harsh winter conditions your RV would not be affected it is kept inside the storage unit.

Last, another big advantage is the cost factor. Sure, you will pay a rental for the unit, but you save money on the maintenance of the vehicle. Since the vehicle is inside and does not get damaged from the weather conditions, you don’t have to get it ready for use. Also, you extend the time for its general maintenance.

You also save on any fines or towing charges in the case your parked RV is in violation of any city codes. Since the vehicle will be inside, …