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RV Storage

When your cross-country adventure ends, we are here to help store your RV. Free up your driveway and utilize one of our secure parking spaces.

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What Size Storage Unit Do I Need for My RV?

Not all Recreational vehicles are the same size, but we have a parking space for you. Here is a handy guideline to determine your size requirements. We recommend measuring the length of your RV before selecting a parking space.


Peace of Mind For Your Investment

Quality Storage UnitsAffordable, clean, and well-lit interior storage units to suit your storage needs, from small engine vehicles to full size cars.
Flexible Lease TermsWe offer flexible lease terms for either short or long-term storage. Money saving discounts are available on many of our units.
Secure UnitsSecure self-storage with electronic gates and 24/7 video monitoring at our locations ensure your items are protected.


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Preparing your RV for Storage

Your RV needs special care when putting it into storage. Use this checklist to make sure it is ready to go for your next road trip.

  • Drain the Water System: Especially helpful if you plan to store your RV over the winter. The last thing you want is for your system to freeze.

  • Clean and Prep the Exterior: Make sure to give your RV a thorough cleaning. Be sure to inspect the roof, windows, doors, and reseal or re-caulk any cracks or holes.

  • Tire Prep: Inflate tires properly and consider covering them to protect them from harmful ultraviolet rays.

  • Ventilation is Key: Keeping moisture out of your RV is a big concern. Many people recommend keeping the rooftop vents open, cabinet and refrigerator doors open.

  • Clear Out the Refrigerator: Double and triple check to make sure you remove all food from the RV. You do not want to come back to your RV with unpleasant odors and mold.

  • Protect from Bugs & Rodents: Different areas will have different pests but they all can cause headache. Make sure all external openings are blocked off or screened. Place traps around plumbing vents, fridge panels, and near vents.

  • Lubricate: Not only should you lubricate all locks with graphite spray, but you should use WD-40 on the hinges moving parts.

  • Turn Off the Gas: Make sure all gas appliances are off as well as the gas supply valve.

  • Disconnect the Battery: Batteries will lose their charge when kept plugged in and in storage. Make sure you store it in a cool, dry place. Storing it in colder temperatures will slow down the charge loss from storage. You may need to check the charge every 6 weeks with a voltmeter or multi-meter and charge it when necessary.

  • Add a Fuel Stabilizer: Fuel has a shelf life of about 3 to 4 months so make sure you add a fuel stabilizer to make it last longer.

  • Update Auto Insurance: When it comes to auto insurance be sure that your coverage is updated to include Storage Rentals of America as the location your vehicle is being stored at.

What Documentation is Required to Store a Vehicle?

You will need to bring in three documents when you come in and rent with us. A government issued ID like a driver’s license or passport, vehicle registration, and proof of insurance. Check with your insurance provider to see if your policy covers storing your car in long term storage and bring in a copy.

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All offers subject to change without notice. All fees are non-refundable. Special and discount pricing offered only on selected units and subject to availability. Special offer applies only to the rental fee. Other restrictions, taxes, tenant protection and fees, including an administrative fee, apply. See lease for full details. Special or discount pricing good for new customers only. Not available on transfers or additional spaces. Reservation and paid reservation fee required to guarantee price. Actual unit sizes may vary from approximate size estimate on website. Please inspect any unit before renting. Online pricing available only for online reservations and rentals. Lease is a month to month lease prorated the first month only, the final month runs until last day of the month.

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