RVers can become frustrated when trying to locate items in a unit’s storage compartment. One OEM is providing a solution.
Heartland Recreational Vehicles has applied for a patent for its new Stor-Mor Storage system. Stor-Mor maximizes front-end storage space in an RV.
“The idea behind Stor-Mor Storage is to eliminate congestion in the front storage area that can be created by items such as leveling legs, hydraulic pumps and hoses,” Heartland Director of Sales AJ Jones said. “The original plan was to add a cargo tray on top of the existing generator box, but it did not add any additional storage, made it difficult to reach and didn’t allow access from the outside. By dropping the generator box down, it allowed our existing storage compartment to go out over the generator—creating a compartmentalized, better utilized storage space with easier access for the owner.”
Company officials said this feature is new in the towable market. Stor-Mor Storage will provide Heartland Recreational Vehicle owners with more storage and better utilization of space. Featuring multiple compartments, Stor-Mor provides consumers the ability to separate item such as coolers for food and beverages, wet gear and dirtier items, avoiding all of their belongings being lumped into one, large compartment as seen in most fifth wheel front storage areas.
Stor-Mor Storage is standard on Bighorn, Bighorn Traveler and Elkridge fifth wheels and Cyclone toy haulers.
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