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20 x 10 Driveway in Los Angeles, California

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"Thank you Frankie we will be moving our truck to Torrance so I wont be needing parking space in the Valley anymore. You were great!"

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Los Angeles, CA

Sep 23, 2022

18 x 8 Carport in Los Angeles, California

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"The area was safe the spaces was also a great sizes for my Truck. Michelle was very nice ."

Art R.

Los Angeles, CA

Sep 7, 2023

20 x 10 Parking Garage in Los Angeles, California

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"I highly recommend this parking space. Meghan was very helpful coordinating times to drop off and pick up car. Communication was excellent. This is a great option for monthly parking in this area. Parking is secure behind a gated entrance."

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Larry H.

Los Angeles, CA

Jul 26, 2023

20 x 9 Driveway in Los Angeles, California

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"Monica was a helpful and accommodating host, she was quick to respond to my many inquiries. I felt like my truck was in good hands! "

Shayne M.

Los Angeles, CA

Nov 23, 2022

20 x 10 Other in Los Angeles, California

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"Rishi was super helpful and communicative. Really easy parking."

Jordyn B.

Los Angeles, CA

Apr 28, 2023

20 x 10 Driveway in South Gate, California

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"Friendly. The space was good enough for my truck. The property looked secured. No issues while my truck was stored. "

Noe R.

South Gate, CA

Sep 19, 2022

10 x 20 Parking Lot in Culver City, California

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"Best location to store car or truck during long vacation"

Krassimir T.

Culver City, CA

Jul 23, 2022

50 x 10 Driveway in Yorba Linda, California

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"Awesome spacious parking for our truck and trailer..very safe and owner and very nice.."

Sisiana M.

Yorba Linda, CA

Aug 6, 2023

20 x 20 Parking Lot in Burbank, California

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"Great parking space and amazing host"

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Eugene S.

Burbank, CA

Sep 25, 2022

20 x 10 Parking Lot in Santa Monica, California

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"awesome parking space!"

Brendan M.

Santa Monica, CA

May 10, 2023

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Types of semi truck parking

Navigating the intricate web of truck parking in Los Angeles can be a challenge, especially when considering the limited options available on the streets or free zones. With high volumes of freight, congested streets, and strict municipal regulations, finding the right parking spot for your tractor or trailer is critical.

  • Unpaved Lots: Offering ample space, these lots can easily accommodate semi-trucks, flatbeds, and dry vans. The absence of pavement might not be a problem for a rugged vehicle like a truck, and economics of these types of lots in Los Angeles are often favorable.
  • Commercial Parking Lots: These are usually secure, well-lit, and centrally located. They are a great place to drop your trailer and ensure your freight is safe while you deadhead to pick up another haul.
  • Residential Driveways: A unique but viable option, residential driveways offer truck owners a more secure and personal approach to parking. With the homeowner's consent, you can have your peace of mind knowing your truck is in a safe neighborhood.
  • Other Unconventional Spaces: From vacant lots to unused business premises, these unconventional spaces offer truck owners the flexibility and convenience of finding affordable and secure parking options within the city. They often provide easy access to local amenities and the city's main transport arteries.

Remember, the key is to explore these non-traditional options to find a parking solution which suits your individual needs and the specific requirements of your haul.

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Choosing truck parking

Finding the right parking solution for your commercial truck in Los Angeles involves several considerations. To ensure that you choose a storage space that meets your needs, pay close attention to these key factors:

  • Dimensions: Just as with a dry van or flatbed trailer, the dimensions of a parking space are crucial. You'll need sufficient room not just for the tractor but for the entire rig, including the length of the trailer. Ensure the space can comfortably accommodate your vehicle, with extra room for easy maneuvering. Measuring your vehicle beforehand is a good preemptive step.
  • Proximity: Similar to navigating a drop yard or freight terminal, location plays a pivotal role. Consider how close the storage space is to your typical route or base of operations. Spaces in urban areas may be more convenient, but rural spaces can offer cost savings. Safety is also a paramount concern. Look for spaces in well-lit, secure areas, ideally not too far off your beaten path to minimize deadhead miles.
  • Accessibility: Like dispatch hours in the trucking industry, the hours of access to your parking space are key. You might require round-the-clock access or perhaps you only need daytime availability. Understand the accessibility hours and any associated costs before committing. Also, consider the physical accessibility of the space. Is the space easy to get into and out of? Are there any potential obstructions or tight squeezes? Taking these factors into account can help you avoid unnecessary hassles.
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Climate considerations

Los Angeles, California has a Mediterranean climate, characterized by warm, dry summers and mild, fairly wet winters. July, the hottest month, averages a high of 84 degrees Fahrenheit, while December, the coldest month, sees an average low of 48 degrees Fahrenheit. Considering these weather conditions, it's important to protect tractors and trailers from the potential effects of constant sun exposure and occasional rainfall. Using UV-protective covers can help mitigate any sun damage to the paint and interior of the cabs. Meanwhile, ensuring that all seals and weather stripping on the trailers remain in top condition can prevent water damage during the rainy season.

When considering a residential parking space, it's beneficial to look for locations with some natural shade or cover to provide additional protection from the elements. However, even in the absence of such features, the use of appropriate protective covers and regular maintenance can still ensure the longevity of the equipment.

On the other hand, the mild winter conditions in Los Angeles make it an ideal location for truck parking during the colder months, as there's little risk of damage from freezing conditions or heavy snowfall. This advantage should be taken into account while comparing parking solutions, as not all regions can provide the same level of protection from harsh winter conditions.

Remember, trucks are a significant investment and their upkeep directly impacts the functionality and profitability of your operations. Therefore, the proper protection and maintenance of your fleet should be a key consideration when choosing a parking solution in Los Angeles.

Renting truck parking in Los Angeles

Los Angeles, California, fondly known as the City of Angels, is a bustling transportation hub, appealing to many truck owners. Its vast network includes key landmarks like the Port of Los Angeles, the nation's busiest container port, and Interstate 5, a critical North-South transportation artery. Convenient rest areas and truck stops are scattered around, making it a favorable location for truck parking and storage options.

Distinct communities such as Downtown LA, a thriving business district, Hollywood, the heart of the entertainment industry, or the San Fernando Valley, a major suburb of Los Angeles, offer unique storage opportunities. Commercial trucks are commonly spotted navigating through these areas and beyond, making their way to well-known transportation hubs.

Renting parking in Los Angeles has been a positive experience for many. A user noted the "flexible" nature and "good communicator" skills of his host, making the process smoother. Understanding and accommodating hosts are a norm here. One recalled his host thoughtfully covering his work truck with a car cover, a testament to the care given to the parked vehicles.

Access to these spaces is often "easy and convenient," providing ample room for "tractor and trailer." With such ample spaces, truck owners can store their vehicles without worry. The hosts in Los Angeles are noted for their "great" service, receiving an "A+" rating from a satisfied user. This is the kind of feedback that has made Los Angeles a sought-after location for truck parking and storage.

FAQs About semi truck parking in Los Angeles, California

The price of semi truck parking in Los Angeles can be affected by several factors such as location, availability, demand, facility amenities, and the duration of the parking stay. Prime locations near popular landmarks and truck stops may have higher rates.

The size of the parking space you'll need for your semi truck in Los Angeles largely depends on the dimensions of your vehicle, including its length, width, and height. Be sure to measure your truck and compare it to the parking space dimensions offered at different facilities to ensure a proper fit.

To prepare your semi truck for long-term parking in Los Angeles, it's important to take care of several key tasks. First, make sure the vehicle is in proper working condition by checking the tires, brakes, and fluid levels. Next, remove any valuables and secure the truck's doors and windows. Finally, select a credible parking facility that provides adequate security measures to safeguard your truck in your absence.

Los Angeles truck parking locations

West Manchester Avenue, Los Angeles
N Crescent Heights Blvd, Los Angeles
W 6th St, Los Angeles
Hilgard Ave, Los Angeles
Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles
W 11th St, Los Angeles
W 6th St, Los Angeles

Additional California truck parking locations

Park Street, Alameda
S Brookhurst St, Anaheim
S Doheny Dr, Beverly Hills
Madison Ave, Carmichael
Chino Hills Pkwy, Chino
Barstow Avenue, Clovis
Azusa Ave Arrow Hwy, Covina
N Wolfe Rd, Cupertino
Westlake Center, Daly City
Benedict Avenue, Downey
San Pablo Dam Road, El Sobrante
Sherman Oaks Court, Elk Grove
Freedom Blvd, Freedom
Boscell Rd, Fremont
Edinger Ave, Huntington Beach
250th St W, Lancaster
Cross Creek Rd, Malibu
Woodbine Lane, Menifee
Claus Road, Modesto
N Montebello Blvd, Montebello
Soscol Ave, Napa
Clay St, Oakland
Union Street, Pasadena
3760 Airport Road, Paso Robles
19044 Nandina Avenue, Riverside
Almond St, Riverside
Jackson Road, Sacramento
Claire Ave, Sacramento
Christine Dr, Sacramento
East Highland Avenue, San Bernardino
Highland Ave, San Bernardino
Market Street, San Diego
Rosecrans St, San Diego
Fourth Ave, San Diego
Phyllis Pl, San Diego
Jackson St, San Francisco
S Rancho Santa Fe Rd, San Marcos
Crow Canyon Pl, San Ramon
17th Street, Santa Ana
E Miner Ave, Stockton
Pacific Ave, Stockton
Lewis Road, Vacaville
Whittier Blvd, Whittier
Grand Avenue, Wildomar
Wildomar Trail, Wildomar
Avenue G, Yucaipa

Alternative Truck Parking Options near Los Angeles

Los Angeles offers many different traditional self storage options for truck parking. Traditional self storage, however, often are pricier, less secure, and typically farther way than Neighbor storage units.

If you'd like information about traditional self storage in Los Angeles, use the list of facilities for more information:

Public Storage (2.2 miles)

2500 W 6th St

Los Angeles, CA

U-Haul Moving & Storage of Downtown (2.5 miles)

1836 Arapahoe St

Los Angeles, CA

Public Storage (3.8 miles)

1747 N Eastern Ave

Los Angeles, CA

Public Storage (4 miles)

4583 Huntington Dr S

Los Angeles, CA

Extra Space Storage (4.7 miles)

6033 S Central Ave

Los Angeles, CA

LA Security Storage (5.5 miles)

6372 Santa Monica Blvd

Los Angeles, CA

Public Storage (6.8 miles)

5570 Airdrome St

Los Angeles, CA

Public Storage (11.1 miles)

11200 W Pico Blvd

Los Angeles, CA

US Storage Centers (11.3 miles)

12700 Braddock Dr

Los Angeles, CA

Public Storage (13.7 miles)

4610 Van Nuys Blvd

Sherman Oaks, CA

Public Storage (14.7 miles)

2105 S Myrtle Ave

Monrovia, CA

Public Storage (19 miles)

12665 Foothill Blvd

Sylmar, CA