Vehicle Storage


Vehicle Storage 


Enjoy Premier Storage Experience With Glen Eagle Vehicle Storage in Colorado Springs 

Are you embarking on a journey and need a secure place for your vehicle? Look no further than Glen Eagle Self Storage. We understand that your vehicle is more than just transportation; it's a significant investment. 

Our state-of-the-art facility, conveniently located near I-25 and the United States Air Force Academy, provides comprehensive solutions to keep your vehicle in pristine condition.


Why Choose Glen Eagle Self Storage 

  • Various Storage Types Available: Our facility offers both indoor storage, ideal for safeguarding luxury and classic cars from the elements, and outdoor storage, a cost-effective solution for vehicles resilient to outdoor conditions.
  • Climate-Controlled Storage: These units are ideal for vehicles requiring stable temperature and humidity levels. 
  • Exclusive Gate Access: Experience enhanced safety and security for your items with your unique personal gate access code.
  • Streamlined U-Haul Trailer Rentals: Discover the convenience of our easy-to-use and efficient U-Haul trailer rentals, designed with your needs in mind.
  • Superior Customer Assistance: Our expert team is on hand to assist you in selecting the ideal storage size for all your additional belongings.
  • Around-the-Clock Security Monitoring: Gain peace of mind with our 24-hour security surveillance, ensuring your valuables are always protected in our facility.
  • Flexible Storage Plans: Whether you need long-term or short-term storage, our flexible plans are designed to meet your needs. Our long-term storage offers discounts and is ideal for maintaining your car's condition over extended periods. Short-term storage is perfect for those temporary storage needs.


Preparing Your Vehicle for Storage

Thorough Cleaning to Prevent Rust and Corrosion

Regular deep cleaning of your vehicle is essential to prevent rust and corrosion, especially in vulnerable areas like the undercarriage and wheel wells.

Changing Oil and Topping Off All Fluids

Regular oil changes and fluid top-ups are crucial for maintaining engine health and ensuring all systems run smoothly.

Disconnecting the Battery

To preserve the battery life and prevent drainage, disconnecting the battery is advisable during extended periods of non-use.

Inflating Tires to the Correct Pressure

Keep tires inflated to the manufacturer's recommended pressure to prevent flat spots and maintain structural integrity.

Using a Car Cover for Added Protection

A quality car cover provides an extra layer of protection against dust, dirt, and environmental elements, preserving your vehicle's exterior.


Selecting the Right Storage for Your Vehicle

You should consider factors like your vehicle's specific needs, your budget, the storage duration, accessibility, security measures, location, and insurance coverage. Our team is here to guide you through the process, ensuring you find the perfect storage solution.


Choose Glen Eagle For Vehicle Storage in Colorado Springs 

Contact us for a hassle-free vehicle storage experience. Whether you're seeking advice or ready to reserve your spot, our team is here to assist you every step of the way.


FAQs About Vehicle Storage

Q: What types of vehicle storage options do you provide?

A: We offer a variety of storage solutions, including indoor, outdoor, and climate-controlled storage spaces, to cater to different vehicle needs.


Q: What steps should I take to prepare my vehicle for storage?

A: To prepare your vehicle for storage, it's recommended to thoroughly clean it, change the oil, ensure the tires are properly inflated, disconnect the battery, and cover it with a car cover for extra protection.


Q: What factors should I consider when selecting a storage facility for my vehicle?

A: When choosing a storage facility, important considerations include the facility's security features, ease of access, its location, and the specific type of storage that suits your vehicle's needs.


Q: How can I maintain my vehicle while it's stored?

A: To maintain your vehicle in storage, periodically start the engine, check fluid levels and tire pressure, and make sure it remains clean and covered to protect it from dust and other elements.