When you go away on vacation or leave town for a while, it is usually necessary to find some sort of long-term parking. It is usually not possible to just leave it in the street and even if it is possible, it is usually not a good idea. This means that if you don’t have your own garage, or if you are leaving from the airport, then you need to find somewhere to leave your car in order to keep it safe while you are gone. In addition, you need to take some basic precautions in order to avoid any potential problems upon your return.
Choose A Reliable Facility
First and foremost, you need to choose a reliable facility for your long-term airport parking. You will not be able to check up on your car while you are gone, which means that you need to leave it in a place where you will feel secure that it is being properly protected.
Don’t Leave Valuables In The Vehicle
This is pretty much a no-brainer, but it is important to never leave anything of value that could entice someone to break into a vehicle. Even in a secure facility, there are other people who have access to the parking lot and you can never be exactly sure who may be checking out vehicles for a quick grab. Although, it is unlikely to happen in a parking facility, it is possible, so it is better to avoid any potential theft.
Turn Off All Vehicle Lights
There is nothing worse than returning from vacation to a vehicle with a dead battery. In order to avoid this, you should always double check to make sure that the headlights and any other interior lights are properly switched off before you depart. Even leaving the glove box light on by accident can drain a battery before you return.
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