Depending on your budget, on municipal laws, and the climate where you live, there are a few shelter options open to you. There are also varying opinions on whether or not motor homes should be covered when outside, since there is a chance of mildew forming.
If your home has a large garage or a carport with a high roof, you’ve already found the ideal solution.
If you’re looking at keeping storage costs low, use a basic plastic tarp to cover your motor home in your driveway. Keep in mind, however, that the wind may cause the tarp to rub paint off or damage your vehicle. This also leaves you more vulnerable to theft and crime. As well, your community may not permit you to use plastic tarps; you should check with your municipality first.
Buy fabric covers for smaller motor homes, which are made from weather-resistant and water-repellant fabrics. These may reduce mold and mildew. If the fabric is UV-resistant, that gives your vehicle extra protection in the sun. Once again, be sure that your local community allows you to park motor homes in your driveway.
Steel or solid canopies
Some companies sell structurally solid canopies which have open sides but provide a basic roof for your motor home. This will cost you more than a fabric cover but may provide extra protection from the elements.
Commercial storage facility
Some professional companies offer commercial motor home storage which gives you the convenience of easier access, combined with state-of-the-art security. This is particularly important to protect a valuable asset such as a motor home. However, it may be a costly solution.