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We Offer These Suggestions For Vehicle
- Get a good heavy-duty breathable car cover. Dont cover the vehicle
with plastic! See Notes!
- Try to find a dry, constant temperature and humidity storage area. No
- Do not store where wet grass will grow up and rust out the frame. TracyPerf©98
- Fill the gas tank to eliminate corrosion. Use gas stabilizer for long
periods of storage.
- Make sure the tires are properly inflated or even slightly overinflated
- Make sure the vehicle is clean, waxed, and chrome polished before putting
it into storage.
- Try to drive the car as frequently as possible on dry days. Use all the
- If unable to drive the car, move it as much as possible in the area
- Let the engine warm up to normal operating temperature and turn on and
off the accessories.
- Run the windows up and down and shift the gears, run the wipers etc. when
- Make sure you use moth balls and rodent deterrents if conditions require
- For very long-term storage, kill the engine while pouring a stream of
motor oil into the intake.
- This lubricates the engine and the exhaust system from the inside
deterring rust formation.
- For long term storage, put the car on wooden blocks at the jack points to
relieve the tires.
- Try to store the vehicle in low traffic areas, away from kids, dogs,
cats, pedestrians, etc.
- Make sure you have adequate insurance on the vehicle to cover for fire,
theft and vandalism.
- It may be cheaper and more convenient to carry full insurance coverage
than to drop parts.
- For long term storage, the battery could be removed or trickle charged
- Make sure the antifreeze is more than adequate for the lowest
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