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Snowmobile Storage

Snowmobiles are fun to drive but take up extra space in your garage. Utilize our drive-up storage units for a secure storage solution for your vehicle and gear.

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Snowmobile Storage You Can Count On!

All our interior snowmobile storage units offer superior protection from the elements. Along with providing convenient and clean self-storage options, we provide peace of mind that your snowmobile is secure during your rental with a variety of security features. Reserve your storage unit online for free for 7 days with no deposit or credit card required. You can also move in online or over the phone.

What Size Storage Unit Do I Need for My Snowmobile? A 5×10 storage space is our most popular sized storage unit for snowmobiles. You will also have extra room to store your gear as well. To make sure you are selecting the appropriately sized storage unit, we highly recommend you take a minute to measure.


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 Snowmobile for Storage

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

  • Clean the Exterior: Soap it up, rinse it down, and dry it off. Make sure everything is dry to prevent rust.

  • Change the Oil: Be sure to change the filter and oil to protect your engine over time.

  • Flush Coolant System: Drain out the current coolant and flush the system. Next fill it with fresh antifreeze to prevent engine corrosion.

  • Add Fogging Oil: If the engine is not diesel, use fogging oil to protect the carburetor and cylinders

  • 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.

  • Loosen Drive Belts: When kept under constant tension, drive belts can crack or break. Loosen them or remove them completely.

  • Prevent Pests: During colder months pests look for places to take shelter. Cover exhaust ports with a cover or duct tape.

  • 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.

  • Inflate Dolly Tires: For extended storage periods, place it on a well inflated Snowmobile dolly. This will make it easier to move and keep it off the ground.

  • Cover Your Snowmobile: Protect your Snowmobile from the elements as well as dirt and grime.

  • 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.