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Old 10-07-2013, 12:57   #1
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Vehicle parking in San Diego

I need to find at least 6 month long parking in San Diego. I was hoping for a fenced yard and around $50 a month. Anyone know of anything?
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Old 10-07-2013, 16:03   #2
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Re: Vehicle parking in San Diego

you might want to consult with the rental / storage place at rosecrans and --across from perrys ...but it is on the right at the corner with the chain link fence under the 5 freeway with a right turn of frosecrans into the lot for the public storage, i think is name. they do cars and motor homes.
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I'd try posting something on san diego craigslist; just say what you're looking for and what your budget is. Alternatively you can use the link below. I had a friend who used it with great results.

https://www.sandiegoautostorage.com/...iego-ca-111556

If you're dealing with Mexico at all I know some guys that left their cars up at Marina Coral with good results (Ensenada).
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Thanx Zee and Rebel...Great input...
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mexican law regarding cars for non residents has changed drastically--you may wish to check with mexican consulate as to current law here regarding this problem many gringos with automobiles have discovered....good luck
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Do you mean it's a good idea to park it over the boarder?
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celestial--it is NOT a good idea to park for extended times in mexico unless you have filled out the import permit for a car.
mexico is getting tighter on gringos and our stuff we bring into mexico---you will need to ask at mexican consulate about these new laws.
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Ok...got it. I wasn't interested in parking it in Mx. Just San Diego...Thanx.
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