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Car storage can be a very complicated process. You first have to look at location, security, and of course, price. Typically these are three things that people look at when they are looking for car storage. They do not want to go very far to get to their car, thus location is very important. Customers want to ensure that their car and investment is safe, which would mean they want to ensure security is important. Lastly customers want to know how much it will cost them in order to store at the self storage facility. The customer might call the facility manager to know how much it will cost to store their car, but they really want to know about the other two important aspects of car storage.
There are also several different kinds of parking spaces available. A customer can store their car inside a self storage unit, outside on the parking lot uncovered, or under a car port on the lot. Which option the customer goes with is totally up to the customer. The customer might not have a choice if self storage facility does not have more than one option to store their car. So before calling around, the customer must decide which car storage option is the best for them.
Outside parking is as simple as having a parking space outside, while inside spaces are more like a garage. The garage spaces are much more secure, but are also more expensive. Location plays a part, since you will most likely be using the vehicle at least some of the time. Storing outside for most places is a very inexpensive option, but if you are concerned about the safety and security of your car, you might want to consider inside storage. Some storage facilities have door alarms on the garage door which is an added level of security to for your car.
The vehicle must be in running condition in order to be stored at most facilities. If you are looking to use your self storage facility for a work space, you will have to contact your property manager because they will have to make that decision. Most of the time, the manager does not want someone potentially messing up their storage unit with fluid from the car. You can definitely ask, but most likely the answer will be no.
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