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New Post 8/31/2011 3:26 PM
  Matthew
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Re: How do you choose a good RV storage facility 
You can check out this article to help you choose the right storage facility regardless of where you're located: http://www.campingroadtrip.com/outdoor-living-newsletter-may-2011/how-to-keep-your-belongings-safe
 
New Post 9/6/2011 1:44 PM
  lizrfoust
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Re: How do you choose a good RV storage facility 
You can check out this site for some info on the diff storage facilities in So-Cal: http://www.rvstoragecalifornia.com/southern-ca/
 
New Post 9/13/2011 11:55 AM
  el fuller
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Re: How do you choose a good RV storage facility 
 Matthew wrote
You can check out this article to help you choose the right storage facility regardless of where you're located: http://www.campingroadtrip.com/outdoor-living-newsletter-may-2011/how-to-keep-your-belongings-safe


Thanks for sharing that article man! It really helped heaps.
 
New Post 11/7/2011 10:47 PM
  mikeporter
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Re: How do you choose a good RV storage facility 
Check first where you will be asked to park the RV. If the storage facility will have you park your RV on either dirt or gravel, don't go for it. The mud coming from these kinds of parking sites will cause more damage on your RV's tires. It will not have any drainage during the rainy and winter months. That could lead to severe water damage on the wooden parts of your RV.
 
New Post 11/9/2011 11:39 PM
  georgito
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Re: How do you choose a good RV storage facility 
Check the facility's gate access controls. RV storage facilities use a range of gate access methods ranging from using a padlock, keypad, and card reader. Some may even have a security guard on duty.

The best option will be an RV storage facility that uses a proximity card reader. Aside from providing you with access, the embedded code inside the card will help keep proper documentations of when you come in and exit. Duplicates cannot be made or issued. You can request for multiple cards for your relatives and family members, but the company won't usually do it without your approval.

The second best option will be the keypad entry. It works in the same way as the proximity card reader. The difference is that you need to input the code each time that you enter.
 
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