Drive Up Ground Access Self-storage Rental

LuckyBox Storage Drive Up self-storage rental


Are you looking for extra storage space to store your winter sports equipment? Or you are looking for a secure storage facility to store items for your business. Our drive-up ground access self-storage rental may be the best storage solution to fulfil your storage needs; here, we will briefly introduce the service and explain why this storage option may benefit you.


Our ground access storage units are all made out of shipping containers; they are wind and waterproof guaranteed. All of our storage units come with 1-inch spray foamed ceiling for better insulation and to prevent condensation. It comes in different sizes: 7’, 8’, 10’, 20’ and 40’, to accommodate storage in different scales.


Moreover, our self-storage rentals also provide you with great convenience; we are located in a centralized area between Vancouver and Richmond, Mitchell Island, only a 25-minute drive from Downtown Vancouver. Our ground access storage units are located on a driveway; you can park your vehicle next to your storage unit and start loading/unloading. In addition, most of our storage units offer 24/7 access, so you do not need to rush. You are always welcome to come after hours if necessary.


In terms of security, our storage facility is surrounded by wired fences. All of our storage units have lockboxes installed, which helps prevent bolt cutters. Furthermore, we have 24/7 CCTV monitoring to ensure that our customer’s belongings are securely stored.


Visit our website to see the rate we offer for our storage unit rentals. Feel free to contact us or give us a call at 1-800-561-9530 to check the availability of these storage units.

Sea-Can Delivery and Offloading Requirements


ContainerWest Crane Truck

If you are looking for extra storage and would like to rent a sea-can to be delivered to your site, our on-site sea-can rental will be the best option for you as we offer delivery to our customer’s location. In terms of sea-can delivery, two types of trucks have offloading capabilities: Crane and Tilt deck trucks. Each type of truck has its offloading requirements, and we will choose the kind of truck to carry out the delivery depending on the condition of the customer’s site. Here we will discuss the offloading requirement for the crane truck and the tilt deck truck, so you can have a better idea of either choosing a crane truck or a tilt deck truck for delivery. 

Crane truck’s offloading requirements:

- Offload is right beside and parallels the deck of the truck.

- No reach.

- No obstacle.

- No overhead power lines.

Perhaps a Crane truck's main advantage is that it does not require a lot of space to carry out the delivery, as it will lift the sea-can and lower it to ground level right beside the deck. Crane trucks are widely used for sea-can offloading in a city setting, where space is often limited.

 Tilt deck truck’s offloading requirements:

- At least 60 feet of straight runway is required for offloading 20’ sea-cans or less.

- At least 100 feet of straight runway is required for offloading 40’ sea-cans.

- No obstacles.

- No overhead power lines.

The Tilt deck truck has more turning capabilities than the Crane truck, and the offloading process is more straightforward. The Tilt deck truck is a go-to option for sea-can offloading, given that space is abundant to carry out offloading.

If you are not sure about the location, you would like your sea-can to be offloaded, will fit the offloading requirements of either a Crane or a Tilt deck truck, do not hesitate to consult us. You can let us know the offloading location, and our experienced logistic team will let you know if offloading could be carried out.

On the other hand, you are always welcome to arrange your own delivery for sea-can rentals. Visit our website: or give up a call at 1-800-561-9530 for inquiries.