Some vehicles are used only during certain seasons. For example, most people use boats and RVs during the summer months when the weather is warm. On the other hand, people will save snowmobiles for winter activities only. What can you do with these vehicles during the months that you don’t use them?
Rather than having a vehicle take up space in your garage, you can use a long-term vehicle storage facility. Here area few tips to help you get the most out of your storage experience:
- Know Your Community: Some communities have regulations that restrict the amount of time you can have large vehicles, such as RVs and boats, outside your home. Before you attempt to store a vehicle at your home long-term, make sure you are honoring these regulations. For this reason, it is beneficial to have a vehicle storage location away from your home.
- Prepare Before Storage: You will see the best results from vehicle storage when you service your vehicle before putting it away for the winter. Make sure that your vehicle is clean and running smoothly before putting it in for storage. This will help you upkeep your vehicle and ensure it does not suffer damage while in storage.
- Choose a Secure Location: Make sure the location you choose has 24/7 security measures in place to protect your car when you’re not around. Here at Wolf’s Self Storage, we have electronic gate access with individual security codes and a surveillance system that monitors our property around the clock.
Contact us to learn more about optimal storage for your vehicle.