Whether you need to store a car, motorcycle, boat, or RV, Extra Space Storage offers versatile, secure self storage for vehicles of all sizes. With enclosed drive-up storage units as small as 5×10 up to 50-foot outdoor parking spots, there’s a vehicle storage solution for your needs! Learn more about these storage options below and find in-depth resources for the type of vehicle you need to store.
VEHICLE STORAGE CONSIDERATIONS
Finding a secure vehicle storage option is a priority. With features like electronic gate access, video surveillance, and even on-site managers at select locations, we take security seriously.
Knowing you can conveniently access your vehicle when you need it matters. Our customers love that extended access hours (typically 6am to 10pm) are standard at Extra Space Storage.
Choosing the type of vehicle storage you need is largely determined by the local weather in your area. If harsh weather is a big factor where you live, indoor and covered options are worth looking into.
A 5x10 unit can fit the furnishings of a mid-sized bedroom, including a queen-sized bed, a dresser, a TV and several small to medium-sized boxes.
FIND VEHICLE STORAGE NEAR YOU
With self storage facilities across the nation and a professional, knowledgeable team on your side, Extra Space Storage is your go-to solution for finding the best vehicle storage option near you!
TYPES OF VEHICLE STORAGE
Extra Space Storage offers three types of vehicle storage: indoor, outdoor, and covered. With different sizes, levels of protection, and costs, each option has its advantages.
Want an enclosed space for your vehicle? Indoor vehicle storage is the option you want. At Extra Space Storage facilities throughout the nation, storage units with drive-up access can be used to store cars, motorcycles, and even small recreational vehicles. Pull the vehicle into the unit, close and lock the door, and you have a garage-like storage space that provides maximum protection from the elements. In most cases, a drive-up storage unit is the more expensive option for storing a vehicle.
If you have a vehicle that’s too large to fit inside an enclosed storage unit, outdoor storage is a good alternative. Outdoor vehicle storage is a common solution for large boats, campers, trailers, motorhomes, and even some commercial vans and trucks. This option is typically available as a designated parking stall or an open parking lot at Extra Space Storage locations. While outdoor parking doesn’t provide coverage from the elements, it’s often the most affordable option for storing a vehicle.
Though not as commonly available at Extra Space Storage, covered vehicle storage is a good in-between solution. Covered storage is essentially outdoor parking with a protective roof, which provides some coverage from sun exposure and precipitation, and the price point generally falls somewhere in the middle of indoor vehicle storage and outdoor vehicle storage. This is a popular option for RVs and boats.
WHAT TYPE OF VEHICLE ARE YOU STORING?
The type of vehicle you plan to store makes a difference when it comes to which vehicle storage option you should choose. Learn more about the best solutions for storing cars, boats, RVs, and other vehicles!
Need an affordable self storage solution for your recreational vehicle? From pop-up campers to large fifth-wheel trailers and motorhomes, Extra Space Storage has indoor, outdoor, and covered storage options.
Outdoor Storage: Outdoor RV storage is the most affordable option and is perfect for larger RVs like motorhomes. As long as you take the proper steps to prepare your RV for storage, outdoor parking provides a convenient and secure place to store your RV.
Covered Storage: Prefer extra protection from the elements? Covered RV parking might be just what you’re looking for. Easily capable of storing larger RVs, covered RV storage protects your vehicle from sun, storms, and more without the higher costs of indoor storage.
Our self storage facilities offer an easily accessible and secure option for winter storage or even year-round storage needs. From fishing boats and small pontoons to larger wakeboard boats, our variety of indoor, outdoor, and covered storage spaces can handle practically any size of boat.
Popular Boat Storage Solutions
Outdoor Storage: Outdoor boat storage provides convenient and secure storage space for practically any size of boat. Just take the proper preparation steps and enjoy the savings that outdoor storage offers.
Covered Storage: If you prefer a bit more protection from the sun, storms, and more, covered storage is a great option. Capable of storing larger boats, covered storage is another very popular option that our customers love.
Whether you’re storing a car for a month or long-term, we offer convenient auto storage solutions at Extra Space Storage locations nationwide. Both indoor and outdoor storage options are available with enclosed drive-up access units and affordable outdoor parking spaces.
Popular Auto Storage Solutions
Indoor Storage: Cars including sedans, SUVs, vans, and even pickup trucks can easily fit into a storage unit (typically a 10×20). This makes indoor storage the popular pick for auto storage.
Outdoor Storage: Don’t need the protection that a garage-like storage unit offers? Outdoor car storage is an affordable alternative for storing your vehicle.
Small Vehicle Storage
Looking for motorcycle storage near you or need somewhere to store an ATV, jet ski or snowmobile? Extra Space Storage facilities offer a safe, convenient option! With indoor drive-up storage units, outdoor parking spaces, and covered parking, there’s an option that will meet the level of protection you want.
Popular Small Vehicle Storage Solutions
Indoor Storage: For smaller vehicles like motorcycles and ATVs, a 5×10 or 5×15 storage unit is all that’s needed. These storage units are available at great monthly rates, making storing them in a storage unit the popular choice.
VEHICLE STORAGE GUIDELINES
If you plan to store a vehicle at an Extra Space Storage facility, you need to be prepared. Take a look at these general vehicle storage guidelines that apply to many, but not all, of our storage facilities. Always be sure to refer to your rental agreement for complete details as well.
Wheels must be in good, working order on all stored vehicles.
Vehicles must be driven into the storage unit, not towed or stored on blocks.
Current registration and proof of insurance is required.
Boats and RVs should have current license plates.
Any tags that expire while in storage should be renewed.
Trailers must be roadworthy.
Tires must be inflated and inspected for signs of dry rot.
Remove as much gasoline from the fuel tank as possible before storing.
No repairs or extensive maintenance may be performed inside the storage unit.
Car covers are recommended for vehicles stored outside and may be required for unsightly vehicles.
Tire locks and tie downs are allowed for additional security.