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Ryder Truck Rental

July 20th, 2015 - 1:55 PM
Ryder Truck Rental

Details about Ryder Moving Trucks

Ryder® Truck Rental offers trucks for household moving use. If you’re looking to rent a truck to move long distance, there are some important factors to consider before you make a reservation. Let’s dive into the essential information including different Ryder truck sizes, the gas mileage of Ryder moving trucks, and the overall costs associated with a Ryder truck rental. 

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How to Save More Than Just a U-Haul Discount

July 6th, 2015 - 11:27 AM
How to Save More Than Just a U-Haul Discount

U-Haul® Discounts, Coupons, and Promo Codes

Now that online shopping is all the rage, before you click the “checkout” button, it’s wise to do an online search for discount codes and coupons. This even applies to long-distance moving! If you’re looking for a coupon code before you book your move, you’re on the right track to maximize your savings.

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Are Car Seats Allowed in Rental Trucks?

June 25th, 2015 - 3:04 PM
Are Car Seats Allowed in Rental Trucks?

Car seats and moving trucks. How does that work?

While car seats are often used to protect children in the back seats of personal vehicles, it can be unclear whether they can or should be used in rental trucks. Some truck rental companies are OK with car seats, while others aren’t. You might even be a little uneasy yourself about putting your baby in a moving truck.

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7 Things You Should Know about U-Haul® before Renting a Truck

June 9th, 2015 - 9:52 AM
7 Things You Should Know about U-Haul® before Renting a Truck

Checking out U-Haul rental rates?

It’s summertime! If you’re traveling the interstate this time of year, chances are you’ll see plenty of rental trucks along the way. That’s because May through August is the most popular time to move. And, as you might guess, peak moving season typically means higher moving prices—which leads some frugal consumers down the DIY path. If that’s where you are now, and truck rental services like U-Haul® seem like the cheapest way to move your belongings across the country, there are some things to consider before reserving the rental truck

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Moving Truck Rental Unlimited Mileage

April 16th, 2015 - 11:10 AM
Moving Truck Rental Unlimited Mileage

What does unlimited mileage mean?

It means you can drive as far as your heart desires (or your plans dictate) without worrying about a pre-set number of miles. So, when you’re driving your rental truck, if you miss an exit, take an unexpected detour, or a different route increases your mileage beyond what was originally expected, your total price doesn’t change.

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Moving Trucks - Frequently Asked Questions

April 13th, 2015 - 1:09 PM
Moving Trucks - Frequently Asked Questions

Everything You Need to Know About Moving Trucks

Well, at least almost everything. After 18+ years of moving household goods, we’ve answered a lot of questions about moving trucks – some unique, and some very common. We've compiled a list of those asked most frequently. And if you have a question we haven’t covered, leave us a comment at the bottom of this post. We’ll find an answer for you. 
Get answers to the commonly asked questions about moving trucks.

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U-Pack vs. U-Haul

February 24th, 2015 - 3:50 PM
U-Pack vs. U-Haul

How does U-Haul® compare to U-Pack®?

When you put the two side by side, you'll find that U-Pack is the better way to move. Not only do we do the driving, but since our prices include fuel, you don't have to worry about extra costs adding up. If you’re looking for DIY moving, look at how the two stack up. We’re here to show you an affordable, easier alternative to U-Haul rental. When you compare U-Pack and U-Haul, you'll see how U-Pack comes out ahead in just about every area.