Our outdoor storage solutions come in a variety of options and are suitable for RVs, trailers, semi-trucks, work trucks, business inventory, and much more. We’re conveniently located near Saskatoon and we have both short- and long-term spaces available.
What you should know before storing a vehicle
Your vehicle should be free of all leaks.
All motorized vehicles must be in running condition or on a trailer.
Boats and RVs should have current license plates. Tags that expire during storage should be renewed.
Storage units may not be used as a place to work on your vehicle. Repairs and maintenance should be performed elsewhere.
Tires must be inflated. Remember to inspect tires for signs of dry rot.
For long-term vehicle storage, where the vehicle will be left sitting for a while, it is important to:
Add a fuel stabilizer
Check fuel lines and gaskets, laying down cardboard to protect the unit’s floor
Use a battery maintainer
Wash and wax your vehicle and thoroughly vacuum the interior
Remove windshield wipers or wrap them in plastic
Car covers are recommended for vehicles that are stored outside (it will help protect the exterior from the elements)
Tire locks and tie downs are allowed for additional security
Stuff the tail pipe with steel wool to discourage animals from nesting
Leave a note with the vehicle that lists all the steps you took