Storing your RV during the winter may involve placing it in an enclosed storage unit or in an open unit. If storage won't be taking place at your residence, you will need to prepare your vehicle for the amount of time that it will be parked away from your home. Consider possible damage that could occur and the manner in which you will access your RV.
If your RV will be parked indoors and the storage area will be climate-controlled, you won't need to worry about the vehicle's water lines or the windshield liquid freezing.
Storage facilities can offer a lot of options for storage, as well as many services that people who use storage can also make use of. The first thing to know is that one storage facility will differ from the next in some ways, while also having many similarities. This guide on storage facilities can educate you on them and some things they can offer. Here's more on this:
Going to a storage facility
Do you have a nice car that you are looking to put into a storage facility for the winter? If so, you'll want to know some tips that will help with keeping your vehicle protected.
Wax The Vehicle
It's always a good idea to wax your vehicle before putting it into storage. The coat of wax is going to help the vehicle shed dirt and dust while it is in storage, which will help keep the body of the car preserved all winter long.