5’ x 10’
Smaller units can accommodate motorcycles
We offer car storage at various locations across Toronto with drive-up and heated storage units.
10’ x 20’
This size can store most cars & small
20’ x 30’
Equivalent to a larger garage for storing trucks
Indoor & outdoor boat storage available depending on size.
Outdoor parking available for RVs & Trailers
Pricing and cost of motorcycle storage varies depending on your needs, we are constantly having various promos and storage unit deals that will help you save!
Our pricing is visible and can be found directly on our Depotium website. Once you find the Motorcycle Storage location that interests you, all you need to do is click the ”Drive-up” feature in the filter and instantly see our Motorcycle storage prices.
If you are wondering what size storage you need for a motorcycle, we suggest a 5 x 10 storage unit to start, check out our guide below if you are planning to store more than one motorcycle.
Storing your motorcycle for the winter can be tough, but rest assured our professional staff and secure locations will ensure your motorcycle will be waiting for you next season.
The best way to store a motorcycle during the winter is in a clean, dry environment, such as a drive-up storage unit. It is also important to properly prepare the motorcycle for storage by cleaning it, adding a fuel stabilizer to the gas tank, and properly inflating the tires.
There are several ways to protect your motorcycle from rust and corrosion while in storage:
By following these steps, you can help protect your motorcycle from rust and corrosion while it is in storage.
It is generally recommended to store your motorcycle with a full tank of gas.
When the gas tank is full, there is less room for air and less oxygen in the tank which can help prevent the formation of condensation. Condensation can lead to water contamination in the fuel system, which can cause rust and corrosion.
Additionally, when you store your motorcycle with a full tank of gas, it also helps to protect the fuel system by keeping the internal parts coated in fuel. This can help to prevent the rubber seals from drying out and cracking.
However, it is important to add a fuel stabilizer to the gas tank before storage. This will help to keep the fuel fresh and prevent it from breaking down, which can cause damage to the carburetor or fuel injection system.
If you can't fill the tank, you can also drain the fuel tank as much as possible, run the engine until it stalls, and add a fuel stabilizer to the remaining fuel. This will help to prevent the fuel from breaking down, and also reduce the risk of moisture entering the tank and causing rust.
While it is not strictly necessary to cover your motorcycle while in storage, it is highly recommended. A cover can help protect your motorcycle from dust, debris, and other environmental factors that can cause damage over time.
A motorcycle cover is designed to keep dust, dirt, and other debris from settling on your motorcycle. It also protects the paint from fading, cracking or chipping and prevents scratches and dings from occurring.
A breathable cover is ideal as it allows air to circulate around the motorcycle and prevents moisture from accumulating, which can lead to rust and corrosion.
If you don't have a cover, you can use a sheet or tarp to cover your motorcycle, but make sure it is clean and doesn't have any abrasive material that can scratch the paint.
t is a good idea to disconnect the battery when storing your motorcycle for an extended period of time. If the battery is not disconnected, it may discharge over time due to the motorcycle's internal electronics drawing a small amount of power.
Disconnecting the battery will also prevent any accidental short circuits and it will also prevent any parasitic drains that can cause the battery to die.
Properly maintaining your motorcycle's tires while in storage is important to ensure they will be ready to go when you are ready to ride again. Here are a few steps to follow:
By following these steps, you can help to preserve the condition of your motorcycle's tires while it is in storage and ensure they will be ready to go when you are ready to ride again.