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Compare Trailer Sizes & Types https://www.uhaul.com/Trailers/ (For U-Haul Vehicle Available Sizes Click URL to the left) Trailers: Cargo Trailers: We designed U-Haul Cargo Trailers to be aerodynamic and lightweight, saving you gas and allowing you to tow our trailers easily behind any vehicle. These enclosed trailers protect your belongings from the weather and road grime. Every cargo trailer comes with a built-in lockable latch, allowing you to lock your items safely inside the trailer while you are away. We offer small, medium, and large cargo trailers to accommodate all size moves. Lock in your trailer rental rate today by making a reservation online. Cargo Trailer Utility Trailers: Utility trailers are perfect for towing over-sized cargo and landscaping materials. These trailers have an open-top allowing you to move tall and odd-shaped items. Accomplish any do-it-your-self project or move with these open trailers. Home improvement projects, furniture delivery, business deliveries, and towing recreational vehicles can be done conveniently on your budget with U-Haul utility trailers. Tow these open trailers with almost any car. Loading heavy items? No Problem. Some of our trailers come with an EZ Ramp, allowing you use a dolly when loading your trailer - no lifting needed. Car / Motorcycle Trailers Rent U-Haul car trailers for your local and cross-country moves. If you're towing a front wheel drive vehicle, our Tow Dolly is a low-cost towing solution for you. To tow all four wheels off the ground, for long distance towing or a short round trip, check out the U-Haul Auto Transport. Remember, only U-Haul gives you the choice to tow behind your personal vehicle or any of our U-Haul trucks, including our 10' moving van. Motorcycle trailers are lightweight, easy to tow and are equipped with an easy access loading ramp. Each motorcycle trailer also comes with a built-in chock to help stabilize the front wheel and heavy-duty tie-down rings for securing even the heaviest motorcycles. Whether you're towing your bike two blocks over or to and from a rally. U-Haul has the right equipment to get your When reserving any U-Haul trailer, please note for safety reasons, all vehicles towing a U-Haul trailer must be equipped and have the capacity to tow any U-Haul trailer. Customer is responsible for bringing proper equipment to attaching the trailer to their vehicle, including Hitch balls & mounts, wiring adapters to connect trailer lights to vehicle lighting system. Many U-Haul dealerships can provide these features, but not all! We suggest to call in advance with any questions. Important Detail: Not all U-Haul dealerships are full service dealerships. You may ask how this impacts the consumer, like Rob Roy Storage, we do not offer service(s) like hitch installations, Hitch Receiver for sale or rental, Wiring of a customer vehicle is another service not available at many U-Haul third party affiliates. Prior to showing up to a facility, make sure your vehicle is equipped with the required set up. If you have questions on what services are offered or what is required please don't hesitate to call in advance. For additional information visit: https://www.uhaul.com/Archives/4/56/ For additional information visit https://www.uhaul.com/Tips/Towing/.
- When we share a moving truck with you, your safety is our priority.
- All U-Haul trucks 15' and larger plus the pickup truck have seat belts for three. The cargo vans and 10' truck have comfortable bucket seats with seat belts for two.
- Our patented mirrors and large comfortable cabs allow for better visibility and comfort while driving.
When renting a moving truck there are some major advantages to our U-Haul rental trucks that set us apart. Take a look! With features such as our lower deck, shorter, wider, and more stable EZ-Load ramps, and easy to enter cabs - the choice is clear! What about Mechanical issues: The quick availability of U-Haul trucks is both a blessing and a curse. Trucks are used fairly often and they’re typically full to the brim. This means a moving truck wears out faster than your average vehicle. U-Haul has worked hard to service and update their trucks, but mechanical problems can go unnoticed until a truck is out on the road. Luckily, all trucks include roadside assistance at no additional cost. To avoid any liability on your part, we recommend purchasing one of U-Haul’s coverage plans. For additional safety, we also advise you to check your truck for any obvious dents or mechanical problems before hitting the road. Leave the truck running for a few minutes and listen closely for any unusual noises. If you have the time, drive your truck around the block to test how smoothly it operates and keep your ears open. If the truck doesn’t feel safe, go with your gut and return it to U-Haul for an exchange. · Since not all U-Haul locations are the same, we suggest that you perform a Google search on U-Haul reviews whenever possible to find out if your preferred location has a history of positive feedback from customers.