Anderson, CA Car Storage

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45 units reserved in Anderson, California yesterday. Reserve now to secure your unit.

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Redding Mini Storage

1865 Aspin AvenueRedding CA 960039.3 miles away
5 out of 5 - Based on 16 reviews

Starting at $120.00

I was able to reserve a unit online, and that made things so much easier for me. It really took the guessing right out. The staff is knowledgeable, friendly and care about their tenants safety and security. The unit was clean.Full Review
I just moved in everything seems very organized. Secured storage units.Full Review

10' x 20' Unit

Available for Indoor Vehicle Storage, Drive Up Access, Roll Up Door

$10 off standard rate per month for a year

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B&T Whitehouse Storage

7258 White House DrAnderson CA 960075 miles away
4 out of 5 - Based on 2 reviews

Starting at $95.00

Great experience. Owners were very nice and made moving in very easy.Full Review
Customer service was excellent , the people there were respectful and friendly. The price was fair considering there was nothing else available anywhere else. I would definitely recommned the B&T Whitehouse storage and rent from them again ifbi ever needed to.Full Review

10' x 10' Unit

Available for Indoor Vehicle Storage, Drive Up Access, Roll Up Door


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South Main Mini Storage

12149 State Highway 99wRed Bluff CA 9608021.3 miles away

Starting at $50.00

8' x 15' Parking


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Anderson, CA Car Storage Tips

Most Common Types of Car Storage

Indoor storage - Much like traditional self-storage, indoor storage units are the safest, most secure option for your vehicle, however because of that they are also the most expensive. Prices do vary by size, and some small cars/motorcycles can fit in a 10x10 or 10x15 unit, but your average size automobile will require a 10x20 unit.

Outdoor storage - Outdoor storage ranges from an unpaved lot to a dedicated parking spot on the facility grounds. Typically these spots are uncovered, however some outdoor options do have canopies you can park under. These spots will cost more than their uncovered counterpart, but they are still a much cheaper option than indoor vehicle storage.

Tips on How to Store a Car at a Storage Facility

  • Measure your car before you rent your unit to make sure you choose the right size
  • Give it a good cleaning before placing the vehicle in storage
  • Change the motor oil
  • Inflate the tires
  • Purchase fuel stabilizer
  • Once in storage, disconnect the battery
  • Don’t use a parking brake
  • Always keep your vehicle covered with a car cover

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