Long-distance and Short-distance Moving Tips

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Long-distance and Short-distance Moving Tips

Growing up with a military dad, we moved all over the country. I went to 12 different schools before I went to college! It is easy to see how I learned a lot about moving throughout my life, and now that I am semi-retired, I decided to make a blog to share moving tips with anyone who needs them to fill my free time. I actually really miss moving around, because I always felt like after moving to every new area, I had the chance to become whoever I wanted to be. I also never had to worry about doing something embarrassing in school and being made fun of it for years! I hope you can learn from my moving experience stories and tips I plan to post here. Check back often!


4 RV Storage Solution Ideas For Campers

Recreational vehicles (RVs) are a camper's best friend. However, these large vehicles can be difficult to store in cities and suburbs when they're not in use. Fortunately, RV storage lots and covered storage units provide a place for RV owners to keep their vehicles. Here are four reasons to invest in designated RV storage for your recreational vehicle: 

1. Abide by your housing contracts. 

Owning your own house can be freeing in many ways. However, many homeowners are beholden to a homeowner's association (HOA) that dictates what types of additions are allowable to your home exterior. HOAs typically discourage anything that might constitute an eyesore to the neighborhood, which may include your recreational vehicle if it's parked in a visible location, such as your driveway. Storing your RV in a designated RV storage unit when it's not in use can keep you from running afoul of any contracts you may have with your HOA.

2. Avoid tickets and fines.

Some people don't have the luxury of a covered garage or a driveway of their own. In these situations, street parking is the next best option. However, street parking has its limits. Vehicles that are parked in one place for longer than a few days may be subject to ticketing and fines. Street sweeping and other municipal events may also make it illegal to park your RV in certain places during certain times. Investing in dedicated RV storage is one of the best ways to avoid paying unnecessary fines for your vehicle.

3. Protect your RV.

RVs are great companions for anyone who enjoys road trips and camping. These vehicles are investments that can cost tens of thousands of dollars upfront. That's why it's wise to protect your investment by storing your RV in a safe and secure location. You can take advantage of covered RV storage to keep your recreational vehicle out of the rain, snow, and direct sunlight. This can prevent rusting and fading due to exposure. RV storage units are also secure to prevent vandals and car thieves from interfering with your vehicle.

4. Keep your garage free.

Finally, investing in RV storage can help you keep your garage free for other uses. Many people live in two-car households that don't leave much extra room in the garage. Even if you don't own two cars, storing your RV in an RV storage unit can allow you to use your garage as a workshop, home gym, or play area for the kids.

Contact a local RV storage service to learn more.