Today is Saturday November 18, 2017

 

Storing Your Car

When you move into a downtown apartment, studio, or office space, finding storage for your car can be a hassle. It doesn’t matter whether you own a classic or a lemon, finding a place to keep your extra set of wheels should be a top concern. Rather than taking up more space in a parking lot, garage, or driveway, consider self-storage. Many facilities offer better security and protection from the elements surrounding the average home or business.

Many facilities offer different kinds of parking, so pay close attention to security features and price points. Outdoor space is often better suited for larger cars, short term storage, and offer the most affordable options. Garage space can be more moderate in cost, providing extra security and protection from the elements. Drive up interior spaces are the most secure and also central air and heat, keeping your unit between 50 and 80 degrees.

Consider the size of your vehicle and any supplies you may wish to store. Also consider other things, like the storage of construction or delivery vehicles, which you would need easier access to.

Since most facilities offer month-to-month storage, this makes storing vehicles during the off-season or during extended periods of travel an excellent solution.

 

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