Moving trailers are 28' x 8'6" x 9' (LWH) and they sit 48 inches off the ground – you'll need approximately 40 feet of length (3-4 parking spaces) for parking.
It is the customer's responsibility to secure trailer parking at both the origin and destination locations.
Parking permits are required in some areas. Avoid a parking ticket by contacting your city or local police department ahead of time to determine if a parking permit is required in your area.
If you're moving into or out of an apartment complex or storage facility, get parking approval from management ahead of time.
Choose a paved area for parking your trailer. Your trailer should be parked on pavement or hard packed gravel rather than soft earth or grassy areas.
Moving trailers require an overhead clearance of at least 14 feet. Your location should be free of low-hanging power lines and tree branches.
You have more options if you're unable to secure safe and legal parking for
the moving trailer:
Move in a ReloCube® – U-Pack's moving and storage container. It's large enough to hold one room of furnishings, but small enough to fit into a single parking space. Reserve just one or as many as you need.
Load and unload at the service center closest to your home. Parking isn't an issue with this money-saving option! Pay less for your move when you choose a U-Pack terminal-to-terminal move.