Re: To cover or not to cover that is the question
Covering a vehicle takes two people on ladders in order to not damage the A/C, vents, skylights, etc. If the vehicle was just going to sit unused for 4+ months, I'd consider a cover. However, the nice thing about a "B" is that they are meant to be used and used often.
Instead, would it be possible to see about an aluminum carport? I don't know if the storage lot would let a person build one, but it wouldn't hurt to ask (if one did want to go this route), and it definitely would do as much protection as a cover would, with a lot less hassle and aggravation. Another alternative are the tent garages I've seen. Yes, they are annoying to put up and take down, but one only needs to do the job once, and they will last a few years.
After a roof cover, the only real thing I'd consider covering would be the tires, just to keep brake pads and calipers from rusting.