I always keep the Camaro on jack stands(it's the only car that really sits), and pull the stem cores out if it's going to be parked for longer than a few months. Tires don't like to be on the ground for long periods of time unless they are rotated occasionally :-p As mentioned fuel stabilizer and a battery tender if you don't have a cut off. I would just put in a cut off/disconnect as dealing with a tender is a pain in the ass as you also have to be a minder. If you have to have it on the ground, those little furniture dolly looking gizmos make moving it around easy without starting it. If it's outside, starting it every week will keep all the seals in good order. If its an auto, I would definitely drive it at least once every month or two as auto transmissions have been known to have issues from sitting. The last thing you want is to find yourself dropping the trans or trying crap like trans-x because it's stuck in first or the only way it will shift is by letting off the gas between each gear.
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Last edited by WayWestJeep; 01-13-2020 at 03:19 AM.