February 23rd, 2018 - 10:52 AM
No parking? No problem.
In big cities with limited parking, finding space for a moving truck can be a challenge — especially if it has to be parked for multiple days. To help make moving in these circumstances possible, U-Pack offers a “live load,” where the driver stays with the equipment so there’s no need for long-term parking. Take a look at how it works, the areas where live loads are most common, and the details of this type of delivery.
February 14th, 2018 - 10:25 AM
Rules for parking at apartments or storage complexes
Many apartment and storage complexes have tight parking — either due to limited space or because things like gates and buildings make them difficult to navigate through. Because of this, moving from these types of facilities can pose a challenge. If you only have access to one or two spots at an apartment or the storage unit doesn’t allow overnight parking for equipment, special arrangements may have to be made. The first step is finding out what the parking rules are, and then you can choose a moving company that can accommodate them.
January 27th, 2017 - 9:53 AM
Parking permits for moving equipment
Parking permits are usually one of the most overlooked details when preparing a long-distance move, but they’re also one of the most important. And because planning and packing can be hectic, you don’t want the added worry of wondering whether or not parking is available at your new residence. Save yourself some time and stress by determining if you’ll need permission to park the moving equipment and then arranging for it in advance.
October 3rd, 2016 - 9:00 AM
Where can I park the U-Pack moving trailer?
There are many details to coordinate before moving day. Everything from what time your friends should show up to help to what boxes you should load last will need to be figured out. You’ll also need to arrange for parking for your moving equipment. If you’re planning on moving in a U-Pack trailer, you may be wondering if it will fit in your driveway, or if it’s legal to park it on the street. Let’s look at some common questions about trailer parking and make sure you have the information you’ll need for the big day.
October 16th, 2015 - 10:09 AM
Everything you need to know about ReloCube parking & delivery
Because they’re fairly compact, ReloCubes are super easy to deliver to most locations. In fact, they’re the most popular option for people moving out of small apartments and those with no place to park a big moving truck overnight.
October 4th, 2013 - 9:59 AM
Do I need a parking permit for my moving truck?
If we had a nickel for every time this great question was asked… well, we’d have a lot of nickels. Whether you’re driving the truck yourself, or having a company like U-Pack do the driving, you may need a parking permit.
March 21st, 2013 - 4:31 PM
Do you have enough space to deliver and park a U-Pack trailer?
If you're considering a move across the country in a U-Pack trailer, how does the idea of getting this truck delivered to your home make you feel?
Are you concerned that the driver won't be able to get it to your location or that there won't be room to park it?
February 23rd, 2013 - 12:24 PM
Are you worried about parking a moving truck?
When you picture a moving truck, what comes to mind? Is it a large, bulky moving van? I think that’s the image that comes to mind for a lot of people. And in many cases parking something that large in a neighborhood or apartment complex is simply out of the question. There’s good news though; when you move with U-Pack, the truck that’s delivered to you is much smaller, much more maneuverable, and much more affordable. Here’s what I mean:
July 15th, 2011 - 9:42 AM
It's Flashback Friday— each week, U-Pack will revisit a blog topic that's been helpful and fun for our readers. Be sure to check the comments section of each post for even more valuable moving advice!
March 25th, 2009 - 4:16 PM
Not sure if you need a parking permit in your city?
It's a good idea to check it out – because some cities require that you have obstruction or parking permits.
Why get a parking permit?