- Can you rent a Uhaul and drop it off at another location?
- Do you need insurance to rent uhaul?
- Is it cheaper to rent a uhaul one way?
- How much does a one way uhaul cost?
- What happens if you don’t return a uhaul on time?
- How much does it cost to return a U Haul at a different location?
- What forms of payment does UHaul accept?
- Can I pay someone to drive my UHaul?
- Can you rent a UHaul for someone else?
- Can I rent a uhaul in one city and return it in another?
- How does U Haul Moving help work?
- Can I rent a uhaul without a credit card?
Can you rent a Uhaul and drop it off at another location?
If you have an In-Town Rental contract, this must be returned to the location you picked it up from.
All One Way contracts will include a return location address, or a phone number to arrange a drop-off location..
Do you need insurance to rent uhaul?
No proof of insurance needed to rent our equipment. All protection packages cover loss of use of the rental equipment. Drivers over 18 are covered as long as they have a valid government issued driver’s license.
Is it cheaper to rent a uhaul one way?
For longer moves, one-way truck rental is probably cheaper than round-trip. For example, to rent a 20-foot Uhaul truck to move from Chicago to Indianapolis would cost $269, according to U-Haul’s online estimate. That includes 2 days of rental and up to 221 miles.
How much does a one way uhaul cost?
Truck rates start as low as $19.95 and if you need extended miles or days, we offer a best rate guarantee and special truck rental rates on our Cargo Vans and Pickup Trucks.
What happens if you don’t return a uhaul on time?
If it is a One Way reservation, the cost of an extra day on a truck is 40$, trailers are 20$ a day if you keep it past the time scheduled to return it. If you fail to contact U-Haul and keep the equipment for an extended time it could be reported as stolen and you could possibly be pulled over and arrested.
How much does it cost to return a U Haul at a different location?
One way move rates are flat rates (ex $240 plus $0.40 for every like above 120 miles) and usually less expensive if you’re going more than 200ish miles. These rates also specify the amount of days and miles allowed.
What forms of payment does UHaul accept?
Payment can be made by credit card, debit card or cash. Cash is accepted for pickup and van rentals. However, a valid credit or debit card with a major credit card logo will also need to be presented in the name of the renter.
Can I pay someone to drive my UHaul?
Yes, you can hire a professional driver for your U-haul, or any rental truck. U-Haul trucks but can be difficult to drive so it is smarter to hire a pro. How much does it cost to hire a moving truck driver? The cost to hire a moving truck driver is between 65 cents per mile to 99 cents per mile.
Can you rent a UHaul for someone else?
Yes. The primary driver of U-Haul truck may give permission to any other driver to operate the rental; so long as the additional driver is at least 18 years of age, and possesses a valid driver’s license. There is no fee for additional drivers.
Can I rent a uhaul in one city and return it in another?
One-Way U-Haul Truck Rental Use U-Haul truck rentals to help with your one-way move. This will save you time and money by allowing you to pick up your U-Haul truck from one location and return it to another at your final destination.
How does U Haul Moving help work?
Moving Help is a service provided by U-Haul to help your move go as smoothly as possible. Moving Help matches you with a service provider to help you with every part of your move: loading or unloading your moving truck, packing or unpacking your boxes, piano moving or cleaning after you move out.
Can I rent a uhaul without a credit card?
A credit or debit card is required to reserve a truck online (no deposit is required). If you don’t have a credit card or prefer to use cash, you can reserve the truck in person. In-town rentals need a deposit of $100 or the estimated charges (whichever is greater). One-way moves require $100 plus the rental rate.