10’ x 20’
This size can store most cars & smaller vehicles.
20’ x 30’
Equivalent to a larger garage for storing trucks.
5’ x 10’
Smaller units can accommodate motorcycles.
Indoor & outdoor boat storage available depending on size.
Outdoor parking available for RVs & Trailers.
Sea-Doo, Snowmobiles, Dirt Bikes, ATV’s, you name it, and we will store it.
Winter car storage is crucial for keeping your much loved classic car or sports car safe until the spring. We offer units large enough to accommodate most cars and vehicles such as ATV’s and 4 wheelers.
No, on average a car is roughly 15 feet. Therefore we recommend a storage unit that is at least 20 feet long and 10 feet wide.
If you are unsure, measure the length and width of your car and one of our auto storage experts can help you find the right space.
Yes, you can store a car in a storage unit. Many car storage solutions offer drive-up storage units, allowing you to simply drive your car right in.
You can talk to one of our storage experts to determine what size unit you require for your car.
You should only park your car in a unit that has been designed to store a car. Fortunately, many locations will have storage units that are specifically designed to park your car. You can talk to one of our storage experts to determine what size unit you require for your car.
A small, sub-contact car will typically require a storage unit no smaller than 10x20 feet. In general, you should overestimate how much space you need. Call our vehicle storage experts to determine what size is best to fit your car.
Preparing your car for long term storage is simple, just follow our checklist for useful tips:
The best place to store a car is at a location that is climate controlled. Protection from the elements allows your car to avoid damage while in storage. Additionally, you should look for a storage option that offers 24/7 security and easy and convenient access for you to get to the car when needed.
Although there is no limit to how long you can safely keep a car in storage, you will need to spark the battery about once a week to avoid it dying. If you are unable to do that, you are best to remove the battery from the car and safely store it separately. By doing that, you can expect to be able to safely store the car and battery for about 6-months. After that time, you run the risk of the battery dying.
If you are storing a car for a long time, it is recommended to remove the battery and store it safely to keep it from dying during storage. Otherwise the car should be run once so often to ensure the battery remains charged.
What’s the best way to store tires?
10’ x 10’ storage units tend to be the most popular. They offer 100 sq feet of storage, which is equivalent to a single bedroom. This can usually accommodate enough storage for two average sized rooms.
You do not need to deflate your tires when storing. It is far more important to make sure your tires are clean of debris and not in direct sunlight.
There is no single answer to how long you can store tires before they rot. It depends on how they are stored. However, if you store the tires in a climate-controlled environment, cover each one to protect it from light damage and avoid stacking tires on top of each other, you safely store them for a significant amount of time – certainly over the course of a typical winter.
How long tires can sit unused really depends on how they are stored. If you store the tires in a climate-controlled environment, cover each one to protect it from light damage and avoid stacking tires on top of each other, they can safely sit unused for a significant amount of time – certainly over the course of a typical winter.
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