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Can The Vault Help Sell My Car?

Whether you’re a long-time collector of classic cars or a casual hobbyist, selling your car yourself is a big undertaking.    With The Vault’s vehicle consignment program, we take the hassle out of selling your car while getting you a top price in today’s market. Through The Vault’s re-sale division, Veloce Motorsales, many of our…

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Where Can I Store my Electric Vehicle Long-Term?

Whether you will be out of town for months at a time or are simply driving less than you used to, you may be wondering what your options are for storing your electric vehicle long-term.    Most people who store their electric vehicle long-term go one of two routes: keeping it in an at-home garage…

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Car in a storage facility is damaged by a worker and falls under the facility’s garagekeepers insurance.

Why A Garage Keepers Policy Is Important

Thousands of people choose to put their vehicles in storage long-term, during deployment, or even just seasonally to keep them safe. Car owners know that theft and burglary are potentials in their neighborhood and that keeping a car out of the elements is essential for its longevity.    Whether you own a standard car that…

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How to Get Involved in the Car Community in San Diego

Do you have a unique car? Whether you’re touring, showing, or whatever your passion is, having an eye-catching vehicle is a lot of fun. The best part about owning a classic or luxury car is getting to share it with others, whether that means taking it for a spin with a friend or cruising around…

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A row of cars parked in an indoor, long-term car storage facility.

The Benefits of Keeping Your Car in Storage Versus at Home

At one point or another, many families find that they have a car no longer being driven that sits in their driveway or elsewhere on their property.  There are many reasons why a car may not be driven much any more. A family member’s schedule may have changed, a housemate may have moved out, or…

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A car is left in a residential driveway while the owners are on vacation.

Going on Vacation? Here’s How to Keep Your Vehicle Safe While You’re Gone

Among all of the hustle and bustle of vacation preparation, many forget that we’re also leaving our cars when we leave our homes.    However, criminals take few vacations, particularly since vehicles are easy to target during peak-travel seasons. Unlike your home, your car can physically be stolen. To avoid the smashed window or empty…

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