Owners can store their RVs in specialized RV storage facilities, in RV storage buildings or outdoors at home. No matter where they store the vehicles, they must prepare them by cleaning the vehicles, flushing their lines, and covering them.
RV storage facilities have units with air conditioning and security to preserve and protect the vehicles. RV storage buildings are metal structures that owners construct on their properties to protect the vehicles from the weather and theft. Owners who park RVs outside should protect them with tire covers and RV covers or breathable tarps. Before storing RVs, owners should wash them thoroughly inside and out, remove all food and perishables, and seal all holes that pests could use to get inside.