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chrisatisis
16-11-2013, 07:39
Hi folks,

Last winter I 'lived in' the van but this time I am gonna be warming my bones in South India - hurrah! Hermione needs some where safe to park up December through to April. Any one know of any where in the South East? The best deal I got so far is near Portsmouth. Would like something closer to Sussex if possible (As long as it's safe I am open minded).

Also any advice on how my tyres will fare in the same position for 4 months? Suggestions appreciated

Cheers

Toonman
16-11-2013, 09:30
Found this using Yell

Gatewick Caravan Storage, Steyning | CARAVAN & CAR STORAGE - Yell (http://www.yell.com/biz/gatewick-caravan-storage-steyning-7677737/)

Or these using touch local

http://www.touchbrighton.com/business/search/typeId/309/type/Caravan+Storage

REC
16-11-2013, 09:49
Hi folks,

Last winter I 'lived in' the van but this time I am gonna be warming my bones in South India - hurrah! Hermione needs some where safe to park up December through to April. Any one know of any where in the South East? The best deal I got so far is near Portsmouth. Would like something closer to Sussex if possible (As long as it's safe I am open minded).

Also any advice on how my tyres will fare in the same position for 4 months? Suggestions appreciated

Cheers

Hi
I know someone with a farm near Dover, who might be persuaded to let you aprk the van on their ground for this period. If you are interested (not sure if it is close enough for you?) pm me and I will talk to her. Dont know about your tyres! Hope someone will tell you soon!
Ruth

maingate
16-11-2013, 10:42
Just before you park up, pump up the tyres to the max permitted pressure. many tyres are 80 psi. They will be fine as a soft tyre could deform if not used for a long time.

Remember to let the excess pressure out when you get back.

chrisatisis
02-12-2013, 20:44
Thanks for the suggestions, much appreciated


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