Re: She cant go!!!!
Well I'd just make sure everything is topped off and good to go on the fluids. FILL the gas tank(s) completely up if you can, keeps condensation out. Might add a fuel stabilizer too. Disconnect the battery and put it on one of those $15 trickle chargers from wal-mart. If you're worried about flat spots, just put like 35 or 40 psi in it, and block it up just to where the tires are off the ground. Actually, not sure on that[img]images/graemlins/crazy.gif[/img], might be better to block it up and remove vlave stems. Maybe somebody else will know... (HINT HINT people [img]images/graemlins/wink.gif[/img])
We've got...5 vehicles, I drive one, the other 4 are parked 98% of the time since my dad has a company truck. One is driven once a year, one is taken out like two weekends a month in the summer, another is parked pretty much most of hte time unless my dad needs it for something he can't take his company rig to. My two I rotate between, school = tahoe, summer/farm work time = truck. We don't do anything special, except for fill the gas tanks when we park 'em and put them on those battery tenders. They sit on their own rubber with correct PSIs, haven't had any trouble.