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Truck Storage in Bonita Springs

Trucks are restricted from parking in many areas. Trucks may not fit in your garage at home. We can help with your truck storage needs. There are three options for truck storage. We have indoor climate controlled storage, indoor non climate controlled storage and outside parking. You always have access to your truck. Your gate code and the key to your padlock let you access your truck whenever you need it. All of our contracts are month to month. We have no administration fees or deposits. Ask about discounts for long term storage. There is controlled access from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. and restricted access from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. Each customer has their own unique security code to operate the gate. All gate and door activities are computer recorded. Security cameras are recorded 24 hours per day.

What Type of Truck Storage Should I Use?

Indoor climate controlled truck storage is the best. Your truck is inside a secure building, safe from the damaging sun, where the temperature and humidity are controlled. These are individual garages inside a concrete building with steel partitions. You lock the door and you keep the key. Many people often store other household goods in this type of garage. This is possible because the climate control keeps the temperature and humidity low enough to prevent mold and mildew. The buildings are inside a fenced, gated, access controlled property with pass code entry. Security cameras are recorded 24 hours per day. Each unit has its own security alarm. The buildings have sprinklers, smoke detectors and fire alarms.

Indoor non climate controlled truck storage is also a good option. Your truck is inside, safe from the damaging sun. This is similar to your garage at home. Your truck is safe and secure inside a concrete building with steel partitions. You lock the door and you keep the key. Other items can be stored in this unit with the truck. Items that are not sensitive to temperature and humidity, such as patio furniture and tools are often good choices. The buildings are inside a fenced, gated, access controlled property with pass code entry. Security cameras are recorded 24 hours per day. Each unit has its own security alarm. The buildings have sprinklers, smoke detectors and fire alarms.

Outdoor truck storage is also available at our sister property. This option is the most economical. Many truck owners use this option when home owners associations prohibit parking of non-automobiles. The trucks are stored inside a fenced, gated property with pass code entry, well lit, and access controlled. The property has security cameras that are recorded 24 hours per day. There is an onsite manager living at the outdoor storage area for added security.

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We offer a number of complimentary services while you store your truck with us. We have a battery charger available if you need to charge your battery. We have an air compressor available if you need to add air to your tires. If your truck has special needs, please let us know how we can help.

How Should I Prepare My Truck for Storage?

Many of our customers use their truck on a regular basis. The main thing to do if you use the truck on a regular basis is to not store food inside the truck. Food may attract insects or other pests. Keeping the battery charged will make it last longer. If you are going to store your truck for an extended period of time there are a few additional things you may want to consider. Below is a check list of things you may want to consider before putting your truck into storage. The longer you plan on storing the truck, the more things down the list you may want to consider.

  • Exterior: It’s a good idea to wash and wax your truck before you store it. Bird and bug residue left on paint for long periods may cause damage to the finish. This is especially important if it is love bug season here in Florida. The acidity of the dead love bugs can cause pits and etches in the paint. A cover will help keep dust off the truck, but is more important if you are storing outside to keep the sun off the vehicle.

  • Interior: Clean and vacuum the interior. Don't forget food crumbs or wrappers under the seats. Food may attract unwanted insects or other pests, especially if you store outside. If you clean the interior or carpet, make sure it is dry before storing to prevent mildew. If your storage unit is not climate controlled you may want to put a desiccant, such as Damp Rid, inside the truck . Don't forget to clean out compartments or storage lockers.

  • Fuel: Fill the gas tank but don't overfill to help prevent moisture from condensing in an empty tank and causing rust and corrosion. For longer storage periods you may want to consider adding a fuel stabilizer, such as STA-BIL. It is a good idea to run the truck for a few minutes after adding the fuel stabilizer so it can circulate through the entire fuel system.

  • Tires: Add about 10 pounds of pressure to each tire to help prevent flat spots. If flat spots do develop, they often go away once the truck has been driven for about 25 miles.

  • Battery: There are differing thoughts on what to do with the battery. Disconnecting the battery will help it keep its charge longer. Disconnecting will usually cause the clock, radio and other electronics to be reset once you connect the battery again. Leaving the battery connected will power the electronic items. This will cause the battery to discharge faster. It is best if the battery terminals are cleaned before putting the truck in storage. Coat the terminals with grease or a battery terminal spray to help prevent new corrosion.

  • Oil: Changing the oil and filter is a good idea before storing a truck for a longer period of time. The used oil contains acids, moisture and other contaminants. Run the truck for a few minutes after changing the oil so the new oil can circulate through the engine before putting the vehicle in storage.

Review the owner’s manual for other things that may be specific to your truck. Use the above check list when removing your truck from storage so you don't over look anything in getting the vehicle ready for the road again.

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