The Trove Prohibited Items Policy

Last Updated: October 20, 2016

This Prohibited Items Policy (“Policy”) describes the items you may not book Storage Services for ("Prohibited Items”) via the Trove Service. Any capitalized terms not defined herein will have the meaning set forth in our Terms of Service [www.mytrove.com/terms] We may modify this Policy at any time, and the examples included are not exhaustive. By accessing the online portion of the Service, you agree to the latest version of this Policy. If you violate this Policy, we may terminate or suspend your use of the Services, or cancel Storage Services in accordance with the Terms of Service [www.mytrove.com/terms] and our Cancellation Policy.
Prohibited Items include, but are not limited to: animals, plants, or other living things; antiques; weapons; bills of exchange; securities; bonds; bullion; currency; deeds; documents; evidence of debt; credit cards; firearms; money; gems; jewelry; watches; precious stones; pearls; precious metals, gold, silver, or platinum articles (including gold, silver, and platinum household articles such as silverware, coffee-service sets, trays, candlesticks and dishes); stock certificates, stamp collections, stamps (postage, revenue, or trading), or letters or packets of letters; perishable goods; items with strong smells; explosive or highly flammable substances; corrosive materials; combustible liquids; radioactive materials; compressed gas; biological agents; toxic agents; asbestos; precious materials; illegal substances; goods obtained by illegal means; hazardous materials, as defined by 49 CFR § 172.101, or any other items, the possession, usage, or storage of which may harm of your other Items, or violate United States laws or any other applicable laws, rules, or regulations.