RV Storage Tips

Your RV isn’t just your home away from home. It’s a major investment. We get it. That’s why we protect and care for it like it’s our own, so it holds its value and keeps on trucking adventure after adventure. But before you hand over the keys, there are still some things you’ll want to think about.
Indoor Storage
Outdoor Storage

Indoor Storage Tips

If you’re not storing your RV in our heated indoor facility, you’ve got a bit more work to do. When your rig is outside exposed to the elements, it’s even more important you cross these off your to-do list.

Purge the Food

Check your cabinets and especially the fridge. Any opened or perishable food left in your RV could spoil and stink up the joint. Not a fun way to start your next getaway!

Get It Squeaky Clean

Any interior mess you leave will be waiting for you on your next trip. Go ahead and give it a vacuum and a thorough wipe down. You’ll thank yourself the next time you hit the road.

Check for Damage

Inspect your rig before you drop it off. Is everything in working order inside? How was it driving? Any damage to the exterior? We can provide a list of referrals for repairs, and can even give them access to make repairs while in storage.

That’s it!
No winterizing needed. No exterior washing needed. No tank dumping needed.
What other storage lot can say that?

Outdoor Storage Tips

If you’re not storing your RV in our heated indoor facility, you’ve got a bit more work to do. When your rig is outside exposed to the elements, it’s even more important you cross these off your to-do list.

Protect the Plumbing

If you’re storing with us in the colder months, you do NOT want your plumbing to freeze. Winterizing is a must. Be sure to drain your tanks and pipes and use antifreeze to prevent any remaining water from freezing. Work with a local RV repair service or dealer to either do this for you, or instruct you on how it’s done.

Remove the Battery

A must for storing your RV. Your battery could die or get damaged in the extreme cold or heat.

Cover the Tires

Sun exposure can age your tires, leading to leaks or tire failure over time. RV tire covers are essential if you’re storing your vehicle outside. They may even save your life.

Close the Curtains and Cover Furniture

Sun damage can really take its toll on your motorhome, even on the inside. Close your curtains and consider covering your seating to prevent it from fading in the sun.

Invest in an RV Cover

The next best thing to storing your rig inside is an RV cover. It will keep your rig almost like new, protecting it from the sun, rain, snow, dirt and grime.

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