October 23rd, 2017 - 1:35 PM
Can you fit four people in a moving truck?
If you’re trying to move a family and are looking for moving trucks that seat four people, you may be having trouble. Wonder why they’re impossible to find? Because leading truck rental companies like U-Haul®, Penske® or Budget® don’t offer them! The equipment from these companies have, at most, three seats — and no back seats. So if you have three or more passengers, you won’t all fit.
The good news is you can move long distance without having to concern yourself with fitting four people inside one rental truck. Here’s how to move without having to drive a rental truck at all.
October 13th, 2017 - 11:06 AM
Are moving truck rates always cheaper?
One of the biggest misconceptions surrounding long-distance moving is that truck rental is the cheapest option. While that may be true for some moves, so many factors contribute to pricing that rates can widely vary. Before you choose a moving company, take a closer look at the components that determine moving truck pricing, see how U-Pack® is different, and then compare rates.
October 2nd, 2017 - 11:14 AM
Determine U-Haul®gas costs
When preparing for your upcoming move, it’s wise to define your expenses so you know what to expect to spend. Along with the costs associated with renting moving equipment and travel expenses, another expenditure that can impact your moving price is fuel — especially for long distance moves. Before you hit the road, prepare for the trip by figuring out your U-Haul fuel costs. With so many miles and lots of stops along the way, being prepared before you pay at the pump is important. And if you find that the cost of fuel is more than you expected, it may be worth exploring alternatives.
June 23rd, 2017 - 10:15 AM
Which self-moving service offers the best value: U-Haul® or U-Pack®?
You know that keeping costs low likely means choosing a DIY moving service, but with all the options available, how do you decide which company to go with? Truck rental has a reputation for low rates, so companies like U-Haul® are often a consideration when looking for cheap ways to move. But truck rental isn’t the only money-saving option. U-Pack® was designed as an affordable alternative for long-distance moves. You pack, load and unload, but you don’t have to drive. Compare what you get with U-Pack to what you get with a U-Haul, then check prices to determine which is the best value for your move.
May 24th, 2017 - 8:46 AM
DIY moving without a rental truck
While most people immediately think “truck rental” when they think of self-service moving, there are other options available. Small, local moves can be done with cargo trailers or multiple trips in a personal vehicle, but those options aren’t ideal for every situation. If you want to save money on a long-distance move, but would like to avoid long hours behind the wheel of an unfamiliar vehicle, a method that doesn’t involve driving may be best. Compare truck rental to a DIY moving service like U-Pack® to see how you can save.
April 10th, 2017 - 2:11 PM
Does Hertz® rent moving trucks?
If you’re looking to rent a moving truck from Hertz, chances are you’re having a hard time finding what you need. That’s because Hertz no longer offers moving trucks in the United States and Canada. Instead, Hertz refers customers to Penske® Truck Rental.
February 20th, 2017 - 3:56 PM
What extra costs do I need to factor into U-Haul® prices?
U-Haul quotes include pricing for the truck size you request, the pick-up and drop-off locations you’ll be using, and the date you wish to move. But there are several other factors that contribute to the overall price.
January 6th, 2017 - 8:46 AM
A close look at 26-foot box trucks
If you’re moving from a large house, you most likely have a lot of boxes and furniture to pack and load — which may have you wondering if there’s a rental truck big enough to hold everything. The largest available rental truck size is the 26-foot truck, but will all of your belongings fit inside? U-Haul®, Penske® and Ryder® estimate their equipment to hold different household sizes, so it’s important to look into your options before making a decision. The information below can help you decide if a 26-foot truck is a good solution, or if an alternative like U-Pack® is the better way to move.
July 22nd, 2016 - 12:54 PM
Finding cheap moving trucks
For local, in-state moves, U-Haul®, Budget® and Penske® have a variety of cheap rental trucks available. But, because rates change constantly (due to location, truck size and the time of year you’re moving), it’s difficult to determine which company offers the cheapest moving truck prices. And, if you’re moving one-way, truck rental may not be the cheapest option.
June 17th, 2016 - 4:11 PM
Why U-Haul® won’t rent trailers to some Ford Explorer models
If you’re planning to move a long distance in a Ford Explorer and are considering U-Haul for your move, there is a stipulation you should know about: