How to Properly Store Your Camper

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What Are Your Options for RV Storage?

- RV Storage Lots - Indoor Climate Controlled Spaces - Garage Storage - Driveway/Yard

How to Properly Store Your Camper

Once you’ve decided where to keep your camper, you must store it properly. This means ensuring it’ll have protection from the weather, critters, and thieves. Whether you store it indoors or outside, you’ll still want to follow these tips: - Clean Out Everything - Remove All Food - Open Cabinets, Doors, Fridge - Always Cover the Rig - Always Cover Tires - Winterize If Necessary

How Much Does RV Storage Cost?

The cost of RV storage will vary from location to location. Storage in New York may cost more than in Oklahoma. The most expensive option is an indoor climate-controlled unit. You could spend anywhere from $800 to $1,000 per month. RV storage at a campground or storage facility will cost much less. Usually, those rates will run anywhere from $50 to $100 per month.

Are RV Storage Lots Safe?

It’s important to check out the location before signing a contract. Does it appear safe? Does the area around the RV storage have a high crime rate? Is there 24/7 security or a gate with a code? Pay attention to the location’s security because you want your RV protected from thieves. In general, RV storage lots have taken precautions to ensure the safety of the on-site units, but you always want to do your due diligence.

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