Low cost vehicle parking and storage

Is your driveway or backyard smaller than your love for camping or boating? Do you need to store your truck or RV for an extended period of time? Are you looking for seasonal or permanent storage for your soon to be recreational vehicle. Possibly looking to gain a quote for storage for the travel trailer of your dreams. We believe in giving you clear and concise answers to your questions before you purchase. Call us at Storage Oregon today and find out for your self!

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Our mission is to make your visit as pleasurable as possible every time. Offering a large assortment of parking spaces for your personal vehicles to large RVs and fifth wheels. Our site encompasses 8 Acres of available parking for your convenience which solves the problem of neighborhood ordinances and home parking space limitations.

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Tips on how to avoid a big mess when using a dump station.

This is the universal Sign For dump stations.

 Storage Oregon has the only Salem / Keizer RV Storage with a Free Dump Station !

Almost all trailers will have two holding tanks. The black tanks will hold sewage and grey water tanks will hold waste water from sinks and showers. Always dump the black water tank before the grey water tank so the grey water tank can clean the residue from the hose with soapy water.

 

A great idea is to wait until your black water tank is half full before dumping. You will get better tank evacuation due to the release pressure will be greater.  You might want to think about topping up your holding tanks with water just before dumping. Do not leave the black-water tank valve open when hooked up at a campsite. This will cause the solid waste to be left behind while all of the liquids drain.

 

A good idea is to use a heavy-duty 6-8 ft long sewer hose to make handling easier. Check and make sure that you have the right size fittings. There is a difference in the fittings due to changes in model types. Always a good idea to attach the fittings to make sure they are what you need before hitting the road.

 

Make sure to take with you two hoses, One for sewer, and one for fresh water. A good idea is to have two distinct buckets with lids that you can tell apart from the other so that your fresh water hose doesn’t get anywhere close to the sewer or mixed in with the other hose. You will not want to use your fresh water hose if they do due to health issues.

 

“Pack and use disposable rubber gloves. Learn to remove the gloves without touching the outside – peal them off (inside out) and throw away. Leave the dump station area cleaner than you found it.”

Of course you may already be a pro at dump station sites and that will make the movie with Robin Williams even more hilarious as he essentially goes through a scene of what not do when removing waste from the “RV”. (more…)

Loading or Unloading Trailers with low ground clearance : Helpful Hints

Normally vehicles with low ground clearance cannot be loaded onto an auto transport. With the aid of boards on the ground to incrementally raise the ramps of the transport or even the aid of a low hill or curb that you can back up to so that the ramps can be positioned in a more level situation you can safely load a vehicle that would otherwise get damaged in the process. (more…)

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