Vehicle Storage - Frequently Asked Questions

If you discover damage to your vehicle after storing it, you should notify the storage facility immediately and document the damage with photos or videos. Depending on the situation, the facility may have an insurance policy or take responsibility for the damage. It’s important to review your contract and understand the facility’s liability policies.

Yes, you can cancel your storage contract early, but you may be required to provide a notice period or charge a fee for early cancellation. It’s important to review your contract and discuss any concerns with the facility’s management before cancelling your contract.

Yes, most storage facilities allow you to transfer your storage unit to another person, but it depends on the facility’s policies and requirements. Some facilities may charge a transfer fee or require the new person to submit additional documentation or identification.

If you miss a payment for your storage unit, the facility may charge you a late fee or impose penalties, such as denying access to your vehicle or even placing a lien on your vehicle. It’s essential to communicate with the facility if you’re having difficulty making payments to avoid any additional fees or complications.

You can store your vehicle in a storage facility for as long as you need, depending on the facility’s policies. Some facilities offer short-term storage options, such as daily or weekly rates, while others provide long-term storage options for several months or even years.

In a vehicle storage unit, which is mainly intended for storing vehicles such as cars, motorcycles, boats, or RVs, it is possible to store other items as well, but this largely depends on the policies of the storage facility and local regulations. Many storage facilities allow you to store any additional items in the unit as long as they are properly organized and do not pose a risk to the vehicle or the facility. For instance, an individual may store automotive supplies, tools, or seasonal items with their vehicle. However, it is important to be mindful that there are often restrictions on the types of items that can be stored, particularly when the stored materials are hazardous or may pose a safety risk Before using a vehicle storage unit for storing additional items, it’s recommended to review the terms and conditions of the storage agreement and,  ask the storage facility what is allowed and what is prohibited.