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  • Drain the Water System: Any water left in the plumbing system can freeze and break fittings and lines

  • Prepare the Exterior: Do a thorough inspection of the roof, sidewalls, seams, windows, exterior doors and access panels. Reseal or re-caulk any holes or cracks that will prevent water from getting in

  • Choose a Safe Location & storage facility

  • Cover Up Your RV: Weather such as rain, snow, wind, and sun can damage your paint, panels, walls, and more.

  • Protect the Tires: Tires may be susceptible to damage due to UV rays from the sun. Protect your tires with covers that are often available at your RV dealership

  • Save Your Batteries: Disconnect batteries and store them in a cool dry place for longer-lasting batteries.

  • Self-storage facilities generally do not provide insurance and disclaim liability for damage or loss to your stored property.

  • Tenant insurance is intended to cover property stored inside a storage unit in the event of a burglary, damage or loss and some include fire, flooding, weather damage and more.

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  • Commercial storage units have slightly different rules than regular storage units depending on the scale of the business. But remember, unless you rent an office, retail or commercial space specifically, you're not allowed to work or conduct business inside a storage unit.

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