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Question DetailsAsked on 6/12/2014

Any suggestions for One way Cargo Van rentals?

I'm looking for an inexpensive and reliable cargo van to rent in order to move a few pieces of furniture from NH to TN. Would like to fly one way and drive back the other. Any suggestions?

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UHaul and Ryder are probably the best known names for one-way moves - Ryder tends to the larger box van trucks - hold more and more weight capacity generally but high bed so harder to laod, especially by yourself. UHaul tends to the smaller trucks and trailers, and low level bed with built-in ramp for easy loading.


I have had good luck with both - need to reserve well in advance for one-way moves as they have to schedule availability and routing of trucks, especially the larger sizes.


Pay close attention to mileage rates - commonly cost FAR more than the actual daily or weekly rental fee for long distance moves.

Answered 4 years ago by LCD




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