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30 x 8 Unpaved Lot in Peoria, Arizona

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"Ellen was a pleasure to work with. Ample space to park and maneuver for parking. Very secure and quiet neighborhood. "

Ranae M.

Peoria, AZ

Oct 30, 2022

50 x 10 Unpaved Lot in Peoria, Arizona

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"Great place to store. Flexible and friendly."

Teresa M.

Peoria, AZ

Apr 28, 2022

25 x 10 Unpaved Lot in Peoria, Arizona

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"Frank was easy to work with. Lots of space to get in and out with the trailer"

David M.

Peoria, AZ

Mar 30, 2022

40 x 12 Unpaved Lot in Peoria, Arizona

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"What a great connection I've had with Luke. Property was awesome as well."

Jeff S.

Peoria, AZ

Aug 15, 2023

40 x 7 Unpaved Lot in Surprise, Arizona

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"Great first experience! I was able to come get my truck when I needed. I would do it again! "

Matt S.

Surprise, AZ

Mar 4, 2023

20 x 10 Garage in Scottsdale, Arizona

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"Kind and tried to be helpful. Spot is semi exposed because of no garage door."

Matteo F.

Scottsdale, AZ

Aug 15, 2023

20 x 10 Unpaved Lot in Phoenix, Arizona

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"I needed a place to store my car in a bind, I was out of state and waiting for a transportation truck to pick my car up. Phyllis and her husband were amazing. Extremely communicative and helpful. They even handed the truck my car key, so I didn’t have to fly back for that. You can take the Sky train or Parking Spot 2 bus from the airport and just walk over, super convenient."

Nazir S.

Phoenix, AZ

Apr 26, 2023

20 x 8 Unpaved Lot in Phoenix, Arizona

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"Issac is a perfect host. Communication was almost instantaneously. I was able to meet him the day before I moved my items in. I was able to park my truck in the morning and let them know. This beats paying over $200 a month at local "parking lots"! Thank you Issac! See you soon!"

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Kelly B.

Phoenix, AZ

Mar 23, 2021

20 x 10 Carport in Scottsdale, Arizona

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"This space was perfect for storing my full sized truck. Great location and access. Safe and secure. Thanks so much!"

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Mark M.

Scottsdale, AZ

Aug 5, 2022

20 x 6 Carport in Sun City, Arizona

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"Wonderful neighbor car parking spot host. I would recommend to parked the car there as safe neighborhood area. Thanks you."

Jeff S.

Sun City, AZ

Feb 18, 2023

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Semi truck on the road

Types of semi truck parking

Operating a trucking business in Peoria, Arizona, is bound to encounter the challenge of finding adequate and secure parking for your semi-trucks, especially for monthly or long-term periods. While free options, such as street parking, may seem attractive, they come with their own set of issues - like logistics concerns, potential legal restrictions, and lack of security.

On a peer-to-peer storage platform, you would likely find diverse parking options to suit your specific needs:

  • Unpaved Lots: These typically offer a lot of space, making them suitable for parking large trailers or even several semi-trucks. In a residential area of Peoria, these lots may offer the added security of being in a quiet, low-traffic neighborhood.
  • Commercial Parking Lots: While these may be a bit more bustling, they often come with existing security measures. Plus, they are usually located close to commercial centers, making them convenient if you're hauling freight to or from the heart of Peoria.
  • Residential Driveways: At first, this might not seem like the most conventional option for a commercial truck. However, large residential driveways can offer affordable and secure parking. In the suburban areas of Peoria, you can enjoy the peace and quiet, as well as the close-knit community vigilance.

Diverse parking options like these enable you to find a solution that's tailored to your needs. Whether you're an owner-operator or run a small trucking company, balancing costs, convenience, and security is crucial.

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Choosing truck parking

Understanding the various factors that should influence your choice of vehicle storage can make the selection process less daunting. Here are some important considerations to weigh in:

  • Dimensions: Ensuring your vehicle fits comfortably within its parking space is essential. Consider the dimensions of your tractor, trailer, or other commercial vehicles, including the height, length, and width. Additionally, factor in enough room for easy maneuverability to prevent any damage while parking or pulling out.
  • Proximity: Location is another crucial factor. You may need your semi-truck close to a specific drop yard, freight terminal, or your most frequented route to reduce deadhead miles. Is the storage location convenient for your haul or does it put you out of the way? Proximity to important locations and major roads should be a top consideration.
  • Safety: The security of your truck parking space should not be compromised. This includes both physical safety such as well-lit areas, gated entrances, and surveillance cameras, as well as the safety from environmental risks like flooding. Check for nearby trees that could potentially cause damage in a storm, for example.
  • Access Hours: The hours in which you can access your parked vehicle can make a significant difference. Do you require 24/7 access to your dry van or flatbed due to unpredictable haul schedules, or can you manage with limited hour access? Balancing your needs with the costs associated with different access levels is important.
  • Community Regulations: In certain residential areas, there can be restrictions or guidelines regarding commercial vehicle storage. Ensure that the parking location adheres to any local zoning laws or homeowner association rules that apply.

By taking into account the dimensions of your vehicle, the location and safety aspects of the parking space, the access hours, and any community regulations, you can choose a semi or truck parking option that suits your needs.

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Climate considerations

Peoria, Arizona is well-known for its heat, especially during peak summer when the average high temperature can soar to a sizzling 106 degrees Fahrenheit. As a tractor or trailer owner, it's important to remember that such heat can degrade tires and other rubber components faster than in milder climates. Utilizing sun shields and tire covers can help mitigate some of this damage and prolong the lifespan of these parts.

In contrast, Peoria's winter is considerably milder with average low temperatures hovering around 41 degrees Fahrenheit. While this doesn't pose significant risks such as freezing, it's still recommended to consistently check tire pressure and battery health, as cooler temperatures can affect both.

There is limited rainfall throughout the year, with the wettest month being July with about 1 inch of rain. Nevertheless, using a tarp to cover the trailer could protect the trailer's cargo area from any potential water damage. Keep in mind, though, this protective measure has to be balanced against potential heat buildup under the tarp during the warmer months.

Renting truck parking in Peoria

Peoria, Arizona, known for its sprawling landscapes, also boasts an extensive network of highways and transport hubs ideal for truck owners. Notably, Peoria is located near Interstate 10 and the 303 Loop, both critical arteries for truck traffic. The vicinity to these highways opens up a plethora of residential parking and storage options. The areas around Westwing, Vistancia, and Old Town Peoria, among the city's most recognized neighborhoods, often have available storage options and are conveniently located near these trucking routes.

In these city districts, ease of access is a recurring theme in user reviews. The township is praised for its "easy and convenient" access to spaces, emphasizing the user-friendly nature of securing and using residential parking in this area.

Moreover, Peoria's hosts are known for their flexibility, often described as "easy to work with" and "understanding and accommodating." In many cases, this translates into actions like going the extra mile to cover a work truck with a car cover, highlighting the willingness of hosts to ensure the safety and protection of your valuable vehicle.

In terms of space availability, Peoria comes out strong too. Users often mention there was "more than enough space" for their vehicles, reinforcing Peoria as a fitting locale for semi trucks, trailers, and other commercial trucks. The local hosts' helpfulness and communication skills have earned them an "A+" rating among users, demonstrating a consistent level of trust and satisfaction among those who have taken advantage of these residential storage solutions.

FAQs About semi truck parking in Peoria, Arizona

The price of semi truck parking in Peoria is influenced by factors such as location, amenities provided, security features, and the duration of parking.

The size of the semi truck parking needed in Peoria depends on the length and width of your truck, along with any additional equipment or trailers you need to park.

To prepare your vehicle for long-term semi truck parking in Peoria, ensure regular maintenance checks, keep it clean, disconnect the battery, protect tires from direct sunlight, and secure any loose items.

Additional Arizona truck parking locations

South Nogales Highway, Amado
West Willis Road, Chandler
East Bartlett Road, Florence
S Lindsay Rd, Gilbert
W 1st Ave, Mesa
W Port Au Prince Ln, Phoenix
N Dobson, Phoenix
West Bethany Home Rd, Phoenix
N 3rd Ave, Phoenix
E Van Buren St, Phoenix
N Scottsdale Rd, Scottsdale
W Alturas St, Tucson

Alternative Truck Parking Options near Peoria

Peoria offers many different storage companies for truck parking. Traditional self storage, however, usually are pricier, less secure, and typically farther way than Neighbor.com.

If you'd like information about traditional storage units in Peoria, look at the below list of truck parking facilities for more details:

RightSpace Storage (2.5 miles)

8580 N 91st Ave

Peoria, AZ

Got Storage Peoria (2.6 miles)

7590 W Olive Ave

Peoria, AZ

Greenway Mini Storage (3.8 miles)

6718 W Greenway Rd

Peoria, AZ

CubeSmart Self Storage (4.3 miles)

12500 W Thunderbird Rd

El Mirage, AZ

Advantage Storage (5.3 miles)

7910 W Beardsley Rd

Peoria, AZ

Ace Self Storage (9 miles)

17630 N 25th Ave

Phoenix, AZ

U-Stor Self Storage - 19th Ave/Bell (9.6 miles)

17244 N 19th Ave

Phoenix, AZ

Palm Valley Storage Solutions (10.2 miles)

13246 W McDowell Rd

Goodyear, AZ

Storage Depot Storage Solutions (11.7 miles)

14260 W Van Buren St

Goodyear, AZ

CubeSmart Self Storage (11.8 miles)

8230 W Lower Buckeye Rd

Phoenix, AZ

Arizona Storage Inns (18.1 miles)

34801 N 7th St

Phoenix, AZ

SmartStop Self Storage (19 miles)

1500 E Baseline Rd

Phoenix, AZ