So I'm gonna be leaving soon, on a deployment overseas, and I'll have to put my car in storage while I'm gone. The military offers free storage, but it's basically a fenced-in parking lot on base, exposed to all sorts of weather and such -- needless to say, I'm not keeping my baby there. I'm looking for any and all advice for what I should do to keep my car happy while I'm gone and avoid any problems when I get back in six or seven months. Around here, indoor storage and disconnecting the battery are the standard. Should I try to find a place that will start the engine every now and then, or is it even worth the trouble/money? Is it necessary to keep my wheels on pieces of carpet to keep them from developing flat spots? Any advice is appreciated!