SmartStop® Self Storage has off road storage for all your outdoor toys.
Having an off-road vehicle opens up many possibilities for fun outdoor activities. Recreational vehicles (RVs) and campers can provide all the amenities of home while you vacation near a mountain range, desert or national park. Boats allow you to enjoy time to yourself on a tranquil lake, and golf carts can get you zipping around from point A to point B. However, there will come a time when you won't be driving your off-road vehicle and will need to keep it somewhere that is secure and well protected from the elements. When this time comes, you should consider using a storage unit.
Choosing A Size
The best way to estimate size is to get out your measuring tape. When making your measurements, be sure to include your trailer if you're using one so everything will fit in the space without overhang. An outdoor storage unit that has a metal covering will protect your vehicle from the elements. Indoor storage will have height restrictions, so make sure you check door clearance if you're looking for indoor storage.
Storing vehicles have additional requirements. Your vehicle must be in running condition, or loaded onto a trailer. You will be asked to show the registration and/or title of the vehicle. The vehicle is also subject to local taxes that vary.
And, when you're ready to store your off road vehicle with us, be sure to download our off road self storage preparation checklist.