It is time to pack your vintage vehicle or large RV for the season. Smaller cars and recreational vehicles cannot bear the winter weather that Pennsylvania and Maryland bring. You can safely store your vehicle away in self storage, and Vault Storage Co offers the best. We have drive-up storage units, outdoor parking, or covered parking available depending on the location. Out of our four locations, find the closest facility to you to get started. Prepare your vehicle for storage with these tips below!
There are many reasons to clean your vehicle before leaving it in storage. Wash the outside to get off dirt that has accumulated; then wax to give your paint a protective coating. To clean the interior, vacuum your carpets and seats, and wipe down hard surfaces. You want to get rid of trash and any remnants of food crumbs. Animals will be looking for food and shelter during cold months.
This tip is preserve your car’s smooth functioning. When you fill your gas tank, there is no room for additional moisture to form. When moisture builds up, it can cause your vehicle to accelerate poorly. In addition to adding fuel, you should also add stabilizer to your gas tank and change your oil if you plan to store your vehicle for more than three months.
All four of our Vault Storage Co locations are equipped to handle your winter vehicle storage needs. Between various-sized storage units with drive-up entry and outdoor parking, we offer a wide selection, so you can choose the storage that works best for you. We have storage facilities in Perryville MD, Millington MD, North Wales PA, and Chestertown MD. Stop by the facility closest to you to see what storage it offers. You can also browse our storage options for all our facilities online. Rent or reserve your storage now!
About the Author: Katie Mest is an SEO Specialist at Storage Asset Management in York, PA. She specializes in writing about the self storage industry, including storage tips and helpful resources. Outside of work, Katie enjoys camping, hiking, and exploring the outdoors with her newly adopted Greyhound rescue, Titan.