Find Safe and Convenient Temporary Storage for RVs, Motorbikes, Campers, and ATVs!

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We all know that there’s no better place to hit the open road than Canada in the summer: the sweet piney smell of BC forests, the wide blue sky of the prairies, the rugged Canadian Shield, waves crashing on Atlantic shores. But when winter rolls around, we need to find space to store RVs, motorcycles, campers, and ATVs. And renting space at a conventional garage storage unit can be pricey.

Fortunately, today’s “sharing economy” has provided an alternative: space sharing. The principle behind space sharing is to use technology to match people who need storage with people who have extra space. Instead of renting a storage unit in a remote area of the city, a space-sharing website will provide options for renting garage space in your neighbourhood.

Space sharing is secure, convenient, and a fraction of the price of conventional temporary storage. Learn more about it today!
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Temporary Storage for Motorcycles, RVs, Campers, and ATVs

 

Do you get that sinking feeling when temperatures drop and snow covers the ground? Parking your summer vehicles for winter is never easy! But knowing that they are safe and securely stowed can give you peace of mind. Here are some of the steps to take to make sure that your motorbikes, RVs, campers, and ATVs will be ready when spring rolls around:

  • Make sure your insurance is up to date.
  • Find a good spot for parking your vehicle. It should be securely locked, dry, and sheltered. Avoid parking near a window where it can get sun-damaged.
  • Change the oil.
  • Charge the battery, or remove it altogether and trickle charge it during the time it’s being stored.
  • Top up brake, clutch, and coolant fluids. Pay particular attention to anti-freeze levels. 
  • With motorcycles, lubricate the throttle, kickstand, shifter, and clutch cables.
  • Fill your motorcycle, ATV, or RV up with gas, and just before parking, run some fuel stabilizer through the engine, following the instructions on the container.
  • Fill tires up to maximum PSI. Rotate them once in a while if possible.
  • Wash, dry, and wax your vehicle to help prevent rust.
  • Whenever possible, cover the vehicle with a snug-fitting but breathable cover.
 

Finding temporary storage space for your summer vehicles can be quick and easy with a space-sharing site. Search out a space-sharing company today and reap the benefits of this innovative solution to your storage needs.