Investing in Storage Units Blog - RV & Boat Storage at Luxelocker
With the arrival of spring and the changing of the clocks, toy owners of ATVs, 4x4s, and dirt bikes are keen to make the most of the longer days by heading out onto OHV trails and kicking up some dirt. As the home of over 48 million acres of BLM land encompassing desert canyons, open valleys, and more than 300 mountain ranges, Nevada is a toy owner’s paradise.
In March 2020, most industries were strapping themselves in for a white-knuckle ride. The self-storage industry, however, calmly braced itself, confident of its own resilience against the ups and downs that lay ahead.
Spring is here, kicking off, what is for boat owners, the most wonderful time of the year: boating season. Nothing beats the rising excitement owners feel as they make plans to bring their boats out of storage and lavish them with TLC to get them ready to hit the water.
Boat storage or RV storage at a storage facility is a good alternative. In many cases, a boat storage facility might be more affordable than keeping it at a marina. An RV storage facility might be required if you can’t keep your vehicle at home. Homeowners associations and local ordinances often don’t allow you to park it in your driveway. Either way, if you are thinking of storing your boat or RV, here are some considerations.
For people eager to escape quarantine lock-downs in frigid locations, RVs are an attractive option for safe winter travel in a controlled environment.