Vehicle Storage

Whether you're looking to store an RV outside of travel season or to store a classic car long-term, there's a lot to consider when renting vehicle storage. What unit size will work for your vehicle? Do you need indoor vehicle storage? How much does vehicle storage cost? How to safely store a vehicle in the first place? This guide will answer all of those questions and more!

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Vehicle Storage Options

The first question you should consider when storing your vehicle is whether or not it can be stored outdoors, or if you need indoor vehicle storage. Let's take a closer look at some of the things you need to know before deciding between indoor or outdoor vehicle storage.

Indoor Storage

Indoor or enclosed vehicle storage is great for safely storing most small to mid-sized vehicles like cars, motorcycles, ATVs, and more!

These drive-up access units are perfect for keeping stored vehicles safe from weather damages, and maintaining a more consistent storage environment than other vehicle storage options—making indoor vehicle storage an ideal long-term storage solution.

Outdoor Storage

Outdoor vehicle storage is an excellent option for RVs and trailers—along with large vehicles that may not do as well in enclosed spaces, like boats or jet skies.

With the increased accessibility and affordability of Life Storage's outdoor vehicle storage options, these large parking spaces are perfect for both short-term and long-term storage for all types of vehicles. Some of our outdoor vehicle storage spaces are covered to provide additional protection from the elements.

How Much Does Vehicle Storage Cost?

The average price of vehicle storage is $132.84 per month. Keep in mind that the price of vehicle storage can range from $19.00 - $631.00 depending on the location of your facility and the type of vehicle storage you rent, such as indoor drive-up storage our outdoor vehicle storage. Call our knowledgeable team of storage experts if you need assistance finding vehicle storage near you that fits your budget. We’re happy to help!

Choose the Best Vehicle Storage Option for You

Different types of vehicles require corresponding storage solutions. Here are the different vehicles you can store at Life Storage and our recommended storage features for each vehicle.

Car Storage

Whether you're looking to store a classic car, luxury sports car, or an oversized pickup truck, Life Storage has indoor and outdoor options that are sure to fit your vehicle storage needs.

Store your compact car in one of our 10x15 enclosed storage units, or opt for a 15' outdoor parking space for easy access to your vehicle whenever you need it. For most cars, our 10x20 garage-like storage units or a 20' outdoor parking spaces make sure you have enough space to safely store your vehicle.

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RV Storage

Storing your RV at Life Storage is as easy as pulling it into one of our spacious outdoor parking spaces. We have expansive 10x26 and 10x30 outdoor parking spaces that are perfect for storing your camper, trailer, or other recreational vehicle between trips. Some Life Storage locations also offer covered vehicle storage for large vehicles.

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Commercial Vehicle Storage

Whether you're storing business trailers or looking for a secure place to store a company fleet, Life Storage has a commercial vehicle solution for you. Our large parking spaces can handle any vehicle up to 40 feet in length.

With overnight storage options that are perfect if you're in a pinch, we're proud to offer month-to-month lease terms for long-term storage needs.

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Motorcycle Storage

Storing your motorcycle at Life Storage is a breeze. Just drive your motorcycle right into your 5x10 indoor storage unit with drive-up access for long-term or seasonal storage.

You can also reserve a 15' or larger drive-up unit or outdoor parking space to keep your bike safe and ready to ride whenever you feel like it!

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Boat Storage

Park your boat right into a 20' or 30' outdoor parking space and tow it out whenever you want to hit the water. We strongly suggest using vehicle covers to protect the interior of your boat from damage from heat, sun exposure, or inclement weather.

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Wide Selection of Storage Unit Sizes for Your Vehicle

Find convenient vehicle storage that meets your needs using our helpful storage unit size guides!

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Vehicle Storage Benefits at Life Storage

The benefits to using a Life Storage facility to securely store your vehicle go far beyond just clearing up space in your garage or driveway.

Convenient Locations

With 1,225 facilities across 37 states (and counting), Life Storage is conveniently located across the United States!


Month-to-month storage agreements means you never have to worry about being tied down to a long-term commitment. Store your vehicle for as long or short as you want—and rest assured you can end your term when you no longer need to store your vehicle.


Our customers deserve peace of mind while their belongings are in storage. That's why Life Storage facilities are fit with comprehensive security measures—such as well-lit premises, secure perimeter fencing, surveillance cameras, gated access, and more.

Extended Access Hours

Need to access your vehicle outside of typical business hours? No problem! Life Storage offers extended access hours at many of our facilities—meaning you can access your vehicle when you need it.

Vehicle Storage Guidelines

Life Storage is proud to offer secure, reliable vehicle storage options. Before storing vehicle(s) with us, we ask you prepare with these general vehicle storage guidelines that apply to most of our storage locations. For complete details, always be sure to refer to your rental agreement.

  • The vehicle title and/or up-to-date registration must be presented when reserving your storage space; proof of insurance is required

  • All stored vehicles must be operational or secured on a roadworthy trailer—vehicles cannot be towed into units or placed on blocks

  • Tires must be properly inflated and attached to the vehicle at all times

  • Tie downs and tire locks are acceptable for additional safety

  • We suggest filling your tank with high-octane fuel before entering it into storage to help prevent moisture from forming in the tank or fuel lines

  • We also suggest using vehicle covers for all vehicles stored in an outdoor storage space to help protect your vehicle from damage due to prolonged sun exposure and inclement weather

  • Vehicle storage is taxed at different rates in some states. These charges will be included and shown in the storage cost estimate

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Vehicle Storage FAQs

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