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If you are looking to put a vehicle into one of the Berkshire Village storage units in the area, then you need to know what the stipulations for storage in Ontario are. The rules are pretty much universal so you can count on most them applying at every location that has Berkshire Village storage units for vehicles. You should keep in mind that not every facility will offer storage for vehicles so you may have to do a little research in the phonebook or on the internet before you start calling around.
The location is important for customers who are looking to access their Berkshire Village storage units on a regular basis. If it is a situation to where you are going to put the vehicle in storage and only return when you need to move it out, such as military deployment, the location probably is not as important to you. The car must be in running condition in order to be stored. All the rules in Ontario are there for a reason. Most facilities will not store vehicles that do not run because of the risk of the vehicle being abandoned. In addition, it makes the facility look trashy to just have a bunch of junk vehicles stored on the premises. It is very common for vehicles that do not run to be abandoned since there is not much value in the car. Any site that will store broken down vehicles will have a deposit on the initial move in to cover any future towing costs that may occur.
The title owner of the vehicle must be the one that signs for any Berkshire Village storage units for car storage. The paperwork of the title and for the storage unit must be in the same name. This is just to prevent the storage of stolen cars. This was a problem at one point in time so the solution was to make sure that the car was titled in the storage signer’s name. The car must also be registered.
Any vehicle that goes into Berkshire Village storage units must also be insured. This is more of a legal issue than anything. All cars need to be insured by law. If you call your insurance provider, they probably have lower rates for vehicles in storage so this would be a good call to make.
Some sites will require that there is minimal gas in the gas tank if it is going to be stored inside one of the units. If you are looking for an outside space, this is probably not much of a concern. Cars with a full tank of gas inside a unit would be a potential fire hazard. Also, the unit will smell like gasoline long after the car is moved out of the space. This is the same with lawn mowers and other lawn equipment.
You can store your vehicle outside or in one of the storage units. It just depends on what your priorities are when storing. The outside spaces will be quite a bit cheaper, but will fail to offer the protection from weather elements that an inside space would offer. The inside spaces are typically ten by twenty. Make sure you are aware of the door heights so you can get your vehicle into the space.
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