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Low on garage space? We've got a place to store your favorite four-, three-, or two-wheeled vehicles

Free Up Your Driveway

Whether you have a weekends-only classic car or a pair of dirt bikes, store your vehicle with us and reclaim your space.

Give It a Home of Its Own

Our first-floor storage units give your vehicle a separate, enclosed space that protects it from the sun, wind, rain and snow. They are the best choice for long-term vehicle storage.

Park Your Vehicle With Us

For vehicle storage, we have a mix of covered and uncovered parking spaces in a fenced lot that you can access anytime during gate hours.

Take It for a Drive Anytime

There’s no waiting for an attendant to pull your vehicle out of a back lot. It’s always right where you parked it, so it's easy to collect during gate hours.


Cars & Light Trucks

The street isn't always the best place to store your vehicle, and driveways leave your car exposed to weather and sun damage. If you have a vehicle you won’t be driving for a while, store it in one of our covered spaces or in an enclosed storage unit.

Motor Homes, Campers and RVs

We have open and covered parking spaces for bigger rigs, plus ground-level storage units in which to store small teardrop trailers, casitas and Airstreams.
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Work Trucks

If your truck is your office, workshop and livelihood, keeping it overnight in a fenced storage area instead of on the street can be a very good investment. Our storage area has computer-controlled gates that let you add authorized users, so your employees can access the vehicle during gate hours.

Motorcycles and ATVs

Need a place to keep your weekend ride? Our ground-level storage units let you pull right in and lock it up. It'll be shielded from the elements and ready to ride whenever you want.


See what these vehicle owners have to say

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Jerold R.
I received really great service from Public Storage. When my car cover blew off, the staff replaced it for me and tied it down. That's great service. It's a five-star operation.
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Rob P.
My neighborhood homeowner's association was about to have my car towed. I scoured the internet and called several nearby storage lots, but nobody could help. I drove up to Public Storage as my last resort and within 30 minutes I was parking my car securely in a 10-by-20 storage unit.
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Robert W.
Couldn't be happier with the new location for our RV. Absolutely the best associates I have ever dealt with ... very polite and customer-friendly! Nice, clean lot, and very secure. I would say we're 'HAPPY CAMPERS!’
Testimonials provided by actual Public Storage customers. Images are stock photography and not of the actual persons providing the testimonial.

Storage Tips

Tips for long-term vehicle storage

Clean before you store

Sap, salt and bird droppings can destroy your paint. Wash your car well and apply a fresh coat of wax to protect the finish. Be sure to clean the inside and vacuum up all the crumbs you can. If you don’t remove everything edible, bugs might do it for you.

Invest in a car cover

A car cover is a great idea if you’re storing your vehicle in an uncovered spot because it will protect your finish and interior from sun damage.

Disconnect the battery

Disconnecting the battery ensures nothing in the car drains it. If you can, take your battery home and place it on a charger to keep it healthy and ready to start your car.

RV Owners: Turn off the propane and winterize

Turn off all your stove valves and remove your propane tank from your unit. Be sure to clean and drain your waste tanks too. If it freezes where you live, blow out all your water lines with compressed air and add RV-specific antifreeze to the drains.

Protect your tires

If it'll be months before your car or RV moves, put it on jack stands to unload the tires. If you don’t, they can develop flat spots that make them unsafe for driving.