An Introduction To Truck Rentals
- Author Seth Miller
- Published October 9, 2006
- Word count 326
To move your belongings to a new house situated a long distance away from your previous one, you can utilize the services of one-way truck rentals. You can rent a truck in the area from which you are moving, load it and drive to the place you are moving to, and then return the truck to the branch of the company nearest your new home.
Shop around for rental companies that focus on truck rentals in order to obtain the best deal. Ask for one-way truck rentals that are available for the dates and destinations you have in mind, simultaneously checking on prices, mileage limits, and costs, as well as any extra fees that may be included in the renting of a one-way vehicle. Work out how much truck space you will need to fit in all your belongings. Contact the rental company for information and advice. They know their job and will be able to figure out, of course with your assistance, the approximate space you will require.
Check the truck you will be potentially renting for its quality. Reliable rental companies will have dependable transportation for the purpose of renting, but you would do well to check the door latches, locks, and tires, if only to reassure yourself that your goods will be safe and will not get damaged. Your insurance agent will be able to tell you if your personal auto policy covers the use of rental trucks and vans, as most insurance companies do not usually cover the use of a delivery vehicle.
Get information about drop-off destinations closest to your new house. Pick-up service for the truck may be provided for in the area that you are relocating to, so ask about it to save yourself some time. Reserve a truck in advance of the date you intend to move so as to avoid any confusion. You will be asked to pay for the vehicle with a credit or debit card.
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