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Truck Storage in Bonita Springs

If your truck does not fit into your garage or your neighborhood restricts truck parking, we can assist you with your truck storage needs.  We offer three types of truck storage.  We have climate controlled storage indoors, non-air indoors, and outdoor parking.  The level of protection from our harsh SWFL climate will determine what type of storage is best for you, and we are happy to help you find the best solution for your truck storage needs.

What Type of Truck Storage Is Best for Me?

Indoor Climate Controlled – This is by far the best type of storage for several reasons.  First of all, your truck is inside a building, and away from the damaging effects of the harsh Southwest Florida sun, rain, wind, and hurricane produced projectiles.  Secondly, with a climate controlled unit, you do not risk any mold or mildew because we keep the air cool and dry enough that it does not grow.  The climate controlled unit is most often used for household items for this reason, and many people elect to store other items such as mattresses, clothes, or other belongings that require climate controlled storage with their trucks.  The third reason is security.  Once you lock your garage, you are the only one with a key.  We have 16 cameras on site as well as a live-in manager.  If climate controlled storage is the best suit for you, our storage experts will be happy to answer any further questions you may have.

Indoor Non-Air – These units are typically used for items that are neither temperature nor humidity sensitive such as patio furniture, tools, etc.  This is also a good option for your truck as the non-air units also protect your truck from the elements.  If you are a snowbird, this is especially important during the summer to protect your truck from the sun and windborne projectiles from hurricanes.  The most important thing about indoor non-air storage is that you are in a gated, secure facility and your truck, which you are sure to have invested a lot of money in, will be safe from the Southwest Florida environment and safe from anyone who may want to break into your truck as you are the only one with your pass code number and your key.

Outdoor Storage – This type of storage is perfect for commercial truck storage or for those vehicles that home owner’s associations prohibit from parking in your front yard.  These can be anything from trucks with signs on them to the extra truck that you park on your lawn that you don't have room for in your garage or driveway.  Outdoor storage is a very economical way to store your vehicles to keep them safe and secure in a gated facility.

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We offer several free services when you store your truck with us.  We are happy to start your truck once a month for you to ensure the longevity of the battery as well as circulate the fluids and prevent seals from drying out.  Should your battery drain during storage, we are happy to charge it for you or jump it to get it going.  Should your tires run low on air, we are happy to use our air-compressor to fill your tires to the proper levels for you.  If your vehicle has any special needs, please let us know how we can better serve your needs.

Is There a Special Way to Prepare My Truck for Storage?

The amount of preparation you do to your truck before you store it can depend on the duration of your storage.  If you are storing your truck for a longer period of time, it may be a good idea for you to consider many of the items on the list. 

Exterior – Even if you are planning to store your truck for a short period of time, you may consider washing and waxing your truck to remove any excess bug or bird residue as leftover remains may damage the finish to your truck.  Be especially wary of love bugs left on your bumpers.  Some dead bugs can cause pitting or etching in your finish due to the acidity in their systems.  While a truck cover will keep dust from accumulating on your truck, it is typically much more important for outside storage as it protects your truck from sunshine and fading.

Interior – Especially if you are storing outside, you will want to be sure that you vacuum and remove all food crumbs and wrappers to avoid any unwanted critters invading your truck.  Also, be sure that your truck carpet and seats are dry before you park it and close the windows as this may cause mold and mildew to accumulate in your truck.  This is especially important if you are storing outside or in a non-air unit.  Climate controlled units help prevent this from happening.  Should you have a wet carpet, you may want to invest in a product such as Damp Rid to suck up the moisture in your truck.

Fuel – Fill the tank, but not to the point that it is overfull.  This will prevent moisture from creating rust and corrosion if you are storing your truck for a long period of time.  If you plan to store your truck for a very long time, you may want to consider looking into a fuel stabilizer such as STA-BIL.  Be sure to thoroughly read the directions, however, it is typically a good idea to drive at least ten miles after adding the STA-BIL to thoroughly circulate the fluids in your engine.

Tires – If you are using truck storage for an extended period you may consider adding about ten pounds of pressure to ensure flat spots do not grow.  Should they develop, they typically disappear after several miles.  We are happy to fill your tires for you on site for free.

Battery – There are two schools of thought on how one should protect their battery while using truck storage.  Typically, disconnecting your battery will help save your charge, however, if you do this, you will need to reset your radio stations that you saved as well as your clock.  Some clients leave their battery plugged in so the electronics retain power, but this diminishes the charge in the battery.  We are happy to periodically charge your battery, and we do not charge you a fee for this service.  Which ever school of thought you are enrolled in, it is a good idea to clean the battery terminals before using truck storage.  Grease or battery terminal spray will help thwart corrosion.

Oil – Due to the acid, moisture, and other contaminants in oil, you may want to consider putting in a new oil filter and getting an oil change if you are storing your truck for an extended period of time.  You will want to circulate the oil by driving your truck at least ten miles before storing.

Windshield wipers – Removing your windshield wipers will prevent them from developing a permanent curve.  This may be a good idea for you if you are storing your truck for an extended period of time.

Since everyone’s truck is different, it is a good idea to check your owner’s manual for other things that may be specific or unique to your truck. 

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