Unless you are a full-time RVer, which not many of us are, you might be wondering what do to with your RV when you aren’t using it. This is especially true if you are a first time RVer, new to the RV lifestyle or planning on making your first RV purchase. The fact of the matter is, for most RV owners, keeping your RV in your driveway at your home or even on a side yard driveway just isn’t an option for a couple of reasons. One, even though you think your RV is one of the most beautiful things you’ve laid your eyes on, your neighbors might not think the same. A large motorhome constantly parked at your residence can be an eyesore. Furthermore, if you live in a community with a homeowner’s association you will most likely be in violation of your neighborhood’s policies. The last thing you want to be is an irritant to your neighbors and the community you live in.
Let’s take this even further. Let’s say that you have no home owner’s association and your neighbor’s don’t mind looking out of their breakfast nook window directly into the side of your 34′ diesel pusher, is your RV safe? It can be an inviting and easy target for crimes of opportunity. I mean, just because your RV is in your driveway, is it really secure? I’ll kill the suspense: it’s not.
OK, let’s say that you’ve decided that you’d like to use a storage facility for your RV. Do you want to just drop it off and forget about it until next season? I certainly wouldn’t. In fact, I’d look for a place that offers winterization services and technicians available to do any work you may need before you actually go on your next RV trip. That sounds pretty logical to me.
What if you don’t use your RV at all and are actually looking to sell it? Maybe you can put an ad in the paper or on a sales website? Maybe you can put a sign on it and hope you have an interested party drive by and inquire. Maybe you can drive it around town and hope someone sees that it’s for sale and signal that they want to talk to you about it. Maybe you can get permission from a business owner to park it in his lot during the day (don’t get your hopes up on this one). I don’t know if you noticed, but that’s a lot of “maybes”. I wouldn’t expect selling your rig anytime soon if the above is your plan. What you need is a storage facility that can also help you sell your RV. It’s called Store and Sell, and it just so happens that Nielson RV specializes in just such a program.
Finally, as you already know, there are additional costs in owning an RV. Storage is one of them. There is absolutely no reason to break the bank with monthly storage bills. In fact at Nielson RV the storage rates are incredibly low and the services that you have access to are exceptional. Here’s just a quick view of what you can expect with Nielson RV storage:
- We offer winterization.
- We can move your RV from Willow Wind RV Park.
- We offer Store and Sell.
- Access to our Marketing and Sales team FREE!! (for Store and Sell)
- We have Master Certified Technicians on staff that can make any repairs on site without the hassle of moving your RV out of storage.
- The best RV storage in Utah. Safe, Secure, and Cheap!
Let’s look at the facts. You have an RV and that means you’ll probably need a storage facility. Of course, you don’t want to pay an arm and a leg for it, but it has to be as secure as Fort Knox. Further, it sure would be nice if that storage facility offered things like winterization and available service while you aren’t using it. Finally, if you are looking to actually sell the RV you are storing, having someone in the business help you sell it sure would be a great help. Contact us to learn more about the storage options we offer.