For non-stackable unit loads with a low turnover, the drive-in pallet rack is a particularly space-saving storage type. The structural design of a drive-in pallet rack is similar to that of a single-storage rack with multiple storage bins behind each other. This creates multiple channels next to each other and on top of each other where pallets can be placed in crosswise orientation or where containers can be placed on steel supports. To do this, the truck drives into the respective storage aisle; before entering, the truck must lift the load to the required height. Drive-in pallet racks achieve a greater utilisation of floor space and cubic space. In principle, the drive-in rack creates the possibility of block storage for goods that cannot be stacked.