Originally Posted by SuicideSaints
When I first bought my TT I had to store it in a lot because I was renting a townhouse. Reasons like this are exactly why I did extra research on the lot. Before I reserved a spot I went to the lot and had them show me around and viewed thier security features, I also made sure I knew exactly what they were responsible for as well as what my insurance was responsible for.
I have seen a few threads on here where TT/5ers were damaged on storage lots and people always say the lot is responsible (which makes me laugh). If they had read the contract and understood it, it is pretty easy to decipher who is responsible for what. Glad you got it fixed, just something you have to be mindful about.
I agree though crummy people doing crummy things, we all know what the right thing is but not all of us do it.....
X2 Do your research. We had our TT for 3 months, stored it at lot that had cameras and one weekend decided to take a trip (3rd one since we got it) noticed police cars at the lot. Well, the cameras picked up 4 individuals the night before but being that it was raining you couldn't see faces. 19 RV's were hit. Most were broken windows and ran sacked. One RV (bus) the door was hacked with a small hatchet to get in. With ours, they threw part of a cinder block at the dining room window several times before giving up and prying the rear door open. We were crushed our pride and joy. Nothing was stolen except our planned summer camping trips. In total, $7000.00 in damages to our trailer, our insurance took care of the repairs. Come to find out this storage lot has a history of break ins going back several years. Ask for references and talk to those people.
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