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Vehicle Storage, Boat Storage, RV Storage, Outdoor Storage, Auto Storage

Another type of specialty storage becoming increasingly popular is vehicle storage. Vehicle storage can either be inside or outside storage for your car, boat or RV and is a great way to protect your vehicle from natural elements. It is also an affordable way to keep your vehicle in great condition when you are not using it.

Carefully consider whether to put your car or boat in indoor or outdoor storage based on the climate you live in. Most cars are probably best suited to be stored indoors while boats and RV's can typically be stored outside in covered storage. You won't want your antique car getting pelted with hail, snow and rain all year long which is why indoor storage is better for your car. Your RV or boat will be safe outside under covered storage which will limit sun, rain and debris from damaging your vehicle. Outdoor storage is similar to a parking garage and is built for maximum protection.

As with all specialty storage, be sure to follow the guidelines set forth by the local storage facility and take precautions to ensure your vehicle is safe when storing. Most storage units will require your vehicle be in driving condition, tires inflated and will also need to see proof of registration and insurance. Below are the differing vehicle storage options available.

Boat Storage

  • Storing your boat on a trailer in your driveway is probably the cheapest route but proper storage will keep your boat looking its best and protected throughout the year. A climate controlled storage unit is the most convenient and secure way to ensure your boat is protected but outdoor storage is a viable option for people in less harsh climates. Either way you go, boat storage should be used to keep your boat in great condition during off-season times.

Car Storage

  • Car storage is becoming more and more popular, especially for those lucky enough to have antique cars. Storing your classic car in the driveway during the winter is a good way to turn it into a clunker. Keep your car protected from rust, animals and elements by using car storage. Engines, belts, tires and batteries are meant to be run though so take precautions when storing your car. Ask the storage facility manager for an information checklist prior to storing.

RV Storage

  • RV storage is a growing trend as well and if you own an RV you know how difficult it can be to find sufficient storage for your vehicle. RV storage offers security, protection and convenience from the hassle of parking your RV at your home. As with classic car storage, you need to take special precautions prior to storing. Be sure to start your car or RV at least once a month so the engines can run a few minutes.

Outdoor Storage

  • Outdoor storage is exactly what it sounds like…outdoor storage. Items stored outside are subject to the elements at all times and are mainly used for cars, boats and RV's because they are large and convenient. Some outdoor storage may have a small covered top as you would see when you park your car at your apartment but others may just offer an open lot.

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