What is an "over-sized vehicle"?

Modified on Tue, 24 Oct 2023 at 04:28 PM

Basically, any vehicle you wouldn't call a "car". To get technical, an over-sized vehicle is one that is at least 180 inches (15'1") long and 70 inches (5'10") high. Any vehicle that meets or exceeds these dimensions is subject to the over-sized vehicle charge. If the charge isn't included in your booking price, then this fee is assessed and paid onsite.

It's important to note that the decision to charge for oversize is ultimately up to the discretion of the attendant, who may not have the time to measure your vehicle upon arrival. As a general rule, we advise folks to be prepared for the possibility of an oversize fee if you're driving anything larger than a sedan.

The below vehicles are examples of what would be considered over-sized: **This list is NOT inclusive

Jeep Grand Cherokee
Toyota Sienna, 4Runner
Nissan Pathfinder, Armada
Honda Odyssey
Cadillac Escalade
Chevrolet Suburban, Tahoe
Dodge Caravan, Ram
Ford Excursion, Expedition
GMC Yukon
Honda Pilot
Hummer
Kia Sportage
Volkswagon Touareg

There is one class above over-sized; that is super-sized. Pricing for super-sized vehicles varies on a per-location basis, and is set by each individual Parking Operator. If over-sized and/or super-sized is not available for pre-purchase through BestParking, it's best to call that location directly to inquire about rates for your specific vehicle

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