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Policy Statement

RVInside.com is an enthusiast owned website designed to assist RV owners in their search for convenient inside storage for their valuable motor coach or RV. If you know of a quality inside RV storage facility that is not listed on this website please use the information request link above to send us such information so we can work to make this site as comprehensive as possible.

Facilities listed herein may include the keywords listed below to help users locate the right solution for their storage needs. This website in no way vouches for the accuracy of information contained herein as said information is often sent to us by third parties.

Definitions:

1) Private = only you have access to your RV

2) Warehouse = RV may be stored in a common warehouse with other RVs

3) Secure = facility is located in a reasonably secure area possibly including electronic and/or guard surveillance.

4) Individual = RV is stored in its own bay with electronic or manual garage door, but may not be totally private.

5) Electric = electrical hookups available.

6) Water = water hookup.

7) Sewer = dump station on site or nearby.

8) Commercial = facility is a commercial business venture.

9) Enthusiast = facility owned by private individual or group.

10) concrete = coach sits on dry concrete flloor.

Here are some interesting maintenance and storage tip links:
http://www.monacocoach.com/service/techtips/2004/12_3_04.html
http://www.freightlinerchassis.com/mh_default.asp?page=mh_news&nav=inside#4
http://www.monacocoach.com/service/techtips/2005/3_18_05.html

So, why spend money storing your RV inside?

Proper inside storage is most important for those who plan to own their RV for five years or more. Most RVs will last ok for the first five years in outdoor storage environments. After that they go down hill fast.

Dry inside storage can extend the life of your RV for many years. Most owners worry about the paint fading but outside storage is hard on thousands of expensive components that make up your RV. In fact, there are few parts on your RV that don’t suffer from exposure to the elements. Sun, wind and rain are powerful forces especially over time.

This is why paying even as much as $500 per month to preserve your RV is well worth the cost. Take, for example, the following example: If you double the useful life of a $100,000 motor home from five to 10 years you’re ahead even if you paid $500 per month for inside storage.

The more expensive the motor home the more you save by extending it’s useful life. In addition to saving money it’s convenient and offers peace of mind knowing your RV is safe in high and dry storage.

Key Word Definitions: 1) Private = only you have access to your RV; 2) Warehouse = RV may be stored in a common warehouse with other RVs; 3) Secure = facility is located in a reasonably secure area possibly including electronic and/or guard surveillance; 4) Individual = RV is stored in its own bay with electronic or manual garage door, but may not be totally private; 5) Electric = electrical hookups available; 6) Water = water hookup; 7) Sewer = dump station on site or nearby; 8) Commercial = facility is a commercial business venture; 9) Enthusiast = facility owned by private individual or group; 10) concrete = coach sits on dry concrete floor.


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