Recreational vehicles, known more commonly as RVs, come in different shapes and sizes. From pop-up campers to teardrops and beyond, RVs are designed to fit the needs of any outdoor enthusiast.
Motorized RVs, though, fall into a specific category of recreational vehicles. And within that category, they’re divided into three classes — starting with the largest. As complicated as it may sound, those who designated the classes kept it relatively simple by naming them Class A, Class B, and Class C.
But the sizing and order of the classes can be confusing. As can storage options. At I-10 RV Storage, we see it all, and we’re happy to sort out the classes, the sizes, and the storage options so RV owners can enjoy the best experience possible when they hit the road for their next adventure.
When it comes to storage, Class A RV owners will likely need to find a facility they trust, since the size of the RV — for most — makes home storage impractical. The most important factors when finding a facility to store a Class A RV include security, protection, and space. Whether you choose indoor or outdoor storage, ensure the space you secure has enough space to easily park and access your RV. And, if your space is outdoors, make sure it’s covered. Knowing a Class A RV is no small investment, it’s the best way to protect the exterior integrity of the vehicle.
Storing a Class B RV is easier than a Class A, simply due to its size and shape. Anyone with an extra parking space at home could store their campervan there, but those in more urban areas or those without parking will need to find a convenient facility to utilize for storage. For Class B RVs, the most important storage facility factors, beyond security, are accessibility and location. Since these types of RVs are used for shorter trips, sometimes even on a whim, it’s nice to have 24/7 access to the vehicle. And, to get the road trip started as soon as possible, finding a storage facility near freeway routes out of town is a particularly welcome bonus.
Those who are unable to store their Class C RV at home may appreciate a storage facility that offers security, covered or indoor spaces, and simple conveniences — like potable water, a small market for last-minute items, and a dump station.
At I-10 RV Storage, we’ve designed our Southeast Valley facility with every RV owner in mind. Our concierge-style amenities, covered parking, and prime Southeast Valley location are just a few benefits of storing with us.
Contact us to learn more about our state-of-the-art facilities and our competitive rates!