December 13th, 2018 - 3:39 PM
Determining your ReloCube cost
Using a U-Pack ReloCube® is a convenient way to move your household goods long distance. They sit ground level for easy loading, can be delivered straight to your door and are priced per container. But how much do they cost? And what happens if you need another CubeTM? The following information will break down ReloCube costs, provide examples and give you helpful ways to cut the price.
December 12th, 2018 - 11:19 AM
Using Budget® coupon codes to save on your truck rental
Before using a Budget coupon code for a discount on your truck rental, it’s important to know what the coupon covers and what expenses you’ll pay for in full. Let’s take a look at what coupons are available, how they work and see an example of using one.
Want to know more about Budget? Check out these frequently asked questions about Budget truck rentals.
December 11th, 2018 - 10:35 AM
Protecting collectible items during a move
Collections of any size can be a bit overwhelming to move. You not only have to decide what pieces to take, but you also have to properly pack the things you’ve spent so much time and money collecting. The good news is that keeping your belongings in good condition is possible with a few steps.
Keep reading to find out how to prepare your collectibles, and also learn what to do if you decide not to move them.
December 7th, 2018 - 8:55 AM
Changing stations in the U.S. Coast Guard
The Coast Guard, with currently more than 38,000 active-duty members, has been proudly serving the United States since 1790. Over the years, countless “Coasties” have received Permanent Change of Station (PCS) orders and have served on numerous shorelines throughout the nation and world. Are you a member of the Coast Guard who recently received PCS orders? The information below includes details on entitlements and housing to help you understand the specifics.
December 5th, 2018 - 9:35 AM
Options for towing a car
One of the things you have to figure out during a move is how to get your vehicle to your new home. If you’re using a service where someone else drives the moving truck, it’s simple — you’re free to drive the vehicle yourself. But, if you’re considering a self-move in a rental truck, towing the vehicle may be your only option. Before taking on this challenge, be sure you’re prepared to drive an unfamiliar truck with a trailer or dolly attached and that your budget can handle the additional costs (fuel usage, liability coverage, tow gear). Explore the towing options below:
December 3rd, 2018 - 10:56 AM
U-Haul® Truck gas mileage
One of the most common questions people have with a U-Haul rental is the fuel usage. Compared to a personal vehicle, trucks get poor gas mileage — but what MPG do they actually get? Each truck gets different gas mileage, and several factors can play a role in the actual fuel efficiency (towing, driving habits, etc.). And since fuel costs aren’t included in the rental fee, it can be a big concern. Find out the gas mileage of each truck, along with some factors that may also play a role in fuel use during a move.
November 30th, 2018 - 8:23 AM
Breaking down coupons for U-Haul®
It’s always smart to search for coupon codes and discounts when buying anything online. But while coupons are great for saving money on a particular item, they don’t always guarantee you the cheapest price on the product or service you’re actually looking for. This is especially true when it comes to moving: not all savings are created equal. If you’re looking to get the lowest rate on a U-Haul truck, take a look at some current U-Haul discounts and then see how those potential savings compare to an alternative like U-Pack®.
November 28th, 2018 - 8:03 AM
Finding a one-way cargo van
If you’re moving from a small apartment or just a few things from a larger home, you may be considering one-way cargo van rental since they’re smaller and easier to drive than a large moving truck. And you might think they would be more affordable as well. However, finding one to rent for a long-distance move may be difficult. Take a look at the offerings for one-way cargo vans, and then take a look at another simple way to move a small amount.
November 27th, 2018 - 11:17 AM
Do you need rental truck insurance?
We’re familiar with purchasing insurance to cover our homes, vehicles and families, but is it something that needs to be added to a rental truck? The answer depends on your needs, which company you choose and the insurance policies you already have in place. First, it’s important to note that most truck rental companies don’t actually offer “insurance.” Instead, they offer liability coverage and waiver options. In some cases, your auto or homeowner’s insurance policy may also provide coverage while your items are packed into the rental truck. Take a look at common options available with truck rental, and read some suggestions for what to ask your personal insurance agent.
November 26th, 2018 - 10:41 AM
Driving across the U.S./Canada border
Planning a long drive can involve a lot of research and coordination — especially if you’re traveling abroad. Since driving to other countries requires certain paperwork and processes, it’s not always possible to plan a last-minute adventure. If you’re planning to drive across the U.S./Canadian border on an upcoming trip, get prepared by learning what to expect at the border and understanding what paperwork you’ll need in order to cross.