Do you own an RV?
Many people purchase RVs dreaming of traveling up and down the country, camping under the open stars and seeing wonderful sites. If you’ve been on an RV trip, you know how convenient it is to have a home away from home to go to without having to pay a penny in hotel costs!
Yet, most people can only afford to take a few weeks of vacation per year. That means if you purchase an RV, you need to have a place to store it when you’re not using it.
So what are your RV storage options?
Keep reading to find out!
Keep It on Your Property
If you have a lot of land or a great driveway, this is a great RV outdoor vehicle storage option for you!
After all, it poses no additional costs and allows you to make sure your vehicle is safe and in sound condition for when you need it next.
Having an outdoor RV also gives you some other great advantages. If you ever have guests staying the night and don’t have room to put them, some can sleep out in the RV and still have a comfortable (and memorable) time.
Keep It in a Friend’s Yard
Do you have a friend who you would trust to take great care of your property? Do they also happen to have good enough amount of land to keep an RV?
If so, consider asking them to store your RV on their property. This will ensure that the RV stays safe while you’re not in it, and it will be relatively easy to retrieve when you want to use it.
Store It at an RV Park
Did you know that it’s completely possible to keep your RV at a park even if you’re not using it while it’s there?
Now, that doesn’t mean you should just leave it without making arrangements with the RV park owner. Yet, for the most part, owners don’t care whether or not you’re actually in your RV as long as you make the payments for using your spot!
To do this, contact your local RV park and ask if they allow people to store their RVs there for a price. If they say yes, inquire into what you need to do to get a spot and ask how much it will cost.
In many cases, renting an RV park slot is relatively cheap and may even cost you less money than seeking out other storage options.
Keep It at an RV Storage Facility
If none of these options is immediately available to you, or if you want indoor vehicle storage, look for local storage facilities that have the capability of storing RVs.
Many storage locations across the United States have units that can accommodate RVs. They often come at affordable prices as well.
Since the storage container remains locked unless you open it, you can also guarantee that your RV will be kept safe.
Read more on RV storage in this article!
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Now that you know about your RV storage options, you’re better equipped to make a good choice.
RVs are an incredible source of vacation fun and often allow you to take trips without the extra cost. Yet, many people wonder about storing them. By looking into one of the options above, you’re bound to find one that works for you!
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