Rent a moving truck

Rent a moving truck


Rent a moving truck

Customer service is what drives us. It started with Enterprise Rent-A-Car in 1957 and it continues today with all of our transportation solutions. At Enterprise Truck Rental, our dedicated and knowledgeable employees will work alongside you to ensure you get the right truck or van for your needs with the service you have come to expect from Enterprise. Come see how we’ll go the extra mile for you. "We had a great experience renting from Enterprise. We got a truck that was clean and easy to operate, and their prices were reasonable with no surprises or hidden charges."


Enterprise has a 2/5 star average review on consumeraffairs.com.That said, Budget’s mileage rate for the quotes we got was $0.47/mile, much lower than both U-Haul’s ($0.99/mile) and Penske’s ($1.29/mile). If you rented a moving truck for a local move and you drove 60 miles round-trip, you’d pay a total of about $60 with Budget, $100 with U-Haul, and over $400 with Penske.

truck is $129.77, over a hundred dollars more than Budget’s, and Home Depot’s unlimited mileage policy only applies to a select number of very small trucks.Renting a moving truck from U-Haul is cheaper than hiring a full-service mover, but not by as much as you probably think. Additionally, Moving with a U-Haul entails a lot of heavy lifting, long hours of driving, and a few extra costs like gas and hotels. To get the full breakdown, check out our guide where we compare renting a U-Haul to hiring a full-service mover. (Source: www.move.org)


U-Haul has a streamlined reservation system that can be used right from your smartphone, allowing for an easy reservation experience. They have competitive prices and a broad range of rental truck sizes. Their smallest U-Haul moving rental truck has an almost 10-foot cargo space and starts at just $19.95 for in-town moves, and their largest truck has a 26-foot cargo space and starts at $39.95 for in-town moves. The per mile costs are either 59 or 79 cents a mile depending on the size of your truck rental. For a one-way move in a 10-foot moving truck, you might pay a flat $806 for five days of use and 1,206 miles.

Budget Truck offers three different sizes of personal moving trucks: 12 feet, 16 feet, and 26 feet. Their base price for both the 12-foot and 16-foot truck start at $29.99/day and their 26-foot has a base price of $39.99/day, plus 59 to 87 cents a mile. For a one-way, five-day truck rental, you’ll pay under $620 for a 12-foot truck with unlimited mileage. Budget partners with AARP members, US military members, students, and more to offer savings of up to 20 percent. (Source: www.mymove.com)


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