I found a place about 10 minutes from home that charges $1.25 per foot for outdoor storage, and $2.50 per foot for indoor storage. If I go for winter seasonal storage (Nov 1 to Apr 30), they will throw in October for free. It's a locked fenced compound and access is by appointment only. This is all just fine by me, and seven months' storage, taxes in, is just over $220. I just call them up in the fall to make an appointment, they tell me where to park it, and it stays there all winter, out of sight, out of mind.
I used to store our old hybrid at the dealer's lot, but they retired and went out of business, and the new owners of the land -- a used car dealer -- was offering storage for the RV dealer's customers and a much higher rate. They were at the other end of the city, but I didn't mind that since the RV dealer had treated me very well over the years, but I wasn't going to go all that way just to pay more money to a stranger. So I had to find a new place. This storage facility nearby was one of the first ones I found.
The Jayco dealer we bought our Jay Flight from is 3.5 hours away, and the rates they're offering aren't too bad. But the fuel costs alone would be more than what I'm paying at the storage yard, so that eliminates that possibility. I even recommended this place to a co-worker, and now he stores his trailer there!
Geoff & Jill
& Sierra, the little white monster
2013 Ford F-150 XTR SC Ecoboost
2015 Jayco Jay Flight 24FBS