Motorcycle Storage & Motorcycle Storage Sheds at Extra Space Storage
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Do you own a motorcycle, scooter, or other small-engine vehicles and need a place to store it? A safe, secure motorcycle storage facility can be a great solution for storing your motorcycle.
You may need to free up garage space for other uses, want more security for your motorcycle than you have when it's stored in your yard or driveway. Or you may need temporary or seasonal storage to store your bike during winter months. Check out our motorcycle storage tips to find the right storage for your motorcycle!
Motorcycle Storage Tips
- Be sure to check the dimensions of a potential storage unit, including the width of the door, especially if you are considering using the space for motorcycle trailer storage.
- Some equipment, such as double trailers, may be too wide for a drive-up or inside unit, so covered parking would be the better option.
- On the other hand, if you have protective gear, trailers or car racks, etc., that you wish to store with your motorcycle, a closed unit will offer necessary containment not provided by a covered outdoor motorcycle storage space.
- Vehicles that are required to be licensed must have current license plates. If your tags expire while in storage, your storage facility may ask you to renew them.
- Storage facilities typically require proof of motorcycle registration. They may also require proof of insurance, since individual property is not covered by the facility's insurance.
- Any vehicle with wheels (or the trailer on which it arrives or is stored) must be road-worthy. Keep an eye on tires that can dry rot or deflate.
- Most facilities expect that repairing or extensive maintenance of motorcycles will be done elsewhere.
- When motorcycles will be stored indoors over long periods of time, check fuel lines and gaskets, and lay down cardboard or mats to prevent damage to the unit's floor. Always remove as much gasoline as possible from the fuel tank before storing any vehicle, to prevent leaks and fire hazards.
- Ask your self storage facility manager for advice about other factors you may need to keep in mind when storing your motorcycle.
Tools to Help You Get Started
- Locate the closest Extra Space Storage facility.
- Check out our Storage Tips for valuable information.
- Use our Size Estimator to determine the storage unit size you need.
- Have a question? We have the answer in our FAQ section.