October 22nd, 2018 - 1:07 PM
How to determine moving truck sizes
Picking the right size moving truck can be tricky. It’s tough to imagine all the furniture and items scattered around your home packed tightly together — how much space will you need? Get too small of a truck, and you’ll run out of room. Get too big of one, and there’s extra room for items to shift (plus, you’re paying for unused space). Sort of like Goldilocks, you have to find the one that’s just right. Take a closer look at the capacities of each piece of equipment to determine your best option.
October 18th, 2018 - 8:43 AM
Do you have what you need to rent a U-Haul?
A rental truck is a big, expensive piece of equipment, which is why companies have certain requirements for people to use them. Before attempting to rent a U-Haul®, look through the list below to ensure you can rent a truck. You’ll need to meet their age requirements and have the right license and credit card.
October 15th, 2018 - 10:06 AM
Before renting a U-Haul truck, go over these details
You’ve probably noticed U-Haul® trucks on the road or in rental lots in different cities and wondered if they’re the best option for your upcoming move. The answer is: it depends. While they might be a great option for local moves, long distance trips are an entirely different situation, and there may be some extra things to consider. If you’re thinking about using U-Haul for your move, here are some things to know before making a reservation:
August 15th, 2018 - 1:18 PM
What is the gas mileage of a Budget® truck?
According to their website, Budget trucks get the following gas mileage:
- 12-foot truck: 8-14 miles per gallon
- 16-foot truck: 6-10 miles per gallon
- 26-foot truck: 8-10 miles per gallon (diesel fuel)
Keep in mind that these estimates are for empty trucks, so a fully loaded truck would get fewer miles per gallon.
July 30th, 2018 - 10:31 AM
Compare U-Pack® and U-Haul®
At first glance, U-Pack and U-Haul may seem similar. But while both companies offer some version of do-it-yourself moving services, there are actually several differentiators. U-Haul is do-everything-yourself, while U-Pack is a “you pack, we drive” service. As you take a closer look, you’ll see what sets U-Pack apart. Look at how each company handles moving, equipment, pricing and fees.
June 11th, 2018 - 8:01 AM
Learn about moving trucks — sizes, fuel, driving and more
Planning a move comes with a lot of questions, and some of the most common ones concern the moving option you choose. If you’re considering a full-service move, you might wonder when to book them or how much it’s going to cost, but if you’re planning to rent a moving truck, you might have a few more questions about the process. Get answers to moving truck FAQs below, and then learn how U-Pack® compares.
June 6th, 2018 - 1:43 PM
Will an Enterprise® rental truck work for your move?
Even if you’ve never had Enterprise “pick you up,” you’re likely familiar with the company. So when thinking about moving, their green and white trucks might come to mind. But while they’re great for car rental, the service may not work for every move. Take a look at how Enterprise truck rental works, the types of equipment offered, and compare prices to see if it’s a good fit.
June 1st, 2018 - 8:18 AM
Budget truck FAQs
Curious about Budget® truck sizes, fuel usage, pricing and the process of renting and driving a truck? Get answers to common questions about Budget truck rental, and then take a look at U-Pack®, an affordable alternative to truck rental.
May 16th, 2018 - 3:31 PM
Compare and find the cheapest truck rentals
Any bargain shopper knows that an easy way to get a lower price is to check multiple retailers. While the item may not be exactly the same from store to store, the cost savings may make a different brand the best choice. A one-way move is no different. Prices can vary widely from company to company, but the end goal is the same (getting your belongings from point A to point B). To find the cheapest moving trucks, take a look at a side-by-side comparison.
Have a one-way moving truck quote and want to compare U-Pack? Get a free moving quote! There’s no additional charge for fuel, standard liability coverage or taxes.
May 11th, 2018 - 12:39 PM
Will a 10-foot truck be enough space for my move?
The smallest rental truck available is the 10-foot truck. It’s intended for small moves — a studio apartment or just a couple of rooms — so, if you’re moving a one-bedroom apartment or a heavily furnished place, it may not have enough space. Before renting a truck, take a close look at the dimensions to make sure everything will fit.