Q: How to I take care of the inside of my vehicle during storage?

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How to I take care of the inside of my vehicle during storage?

There are certain steps you should take to help maintain the condition of your truck if you ever need to put it into storage. To prepare the inside of your vehicle for storage.

  1. Clean the inside of the vehicle.

  2. Cover all inside trim pieces.

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