The name really says it all: Budget Truck, the offshoot of the rental car company, offers one of the best deals for a moving truck—and they’ll work with you to match competitors’ prices. There’s also a great variety of vehicles on offer, from a 12-foot small truck, which holds one to two rooms’ worth of goods (a studio apartment or so), to a 26-foot large truck, which is best for a two to three bedroom home.
When it comes to best-across-the-board, it’s hard to do better than U-Haul; the company was among the first to do one-way truck rentals, so they’ve got it down. It offers the best truck selection (from trucks to trailers, you name it), with vehicles that are generally in pretty good shape and plenty of options when it comes to how much capacity you need.

U-Haul is also pretty much a one-stop-shop when it comes to the extras for your move: They have plenty of boxes, supplies like cheap but durable furniture pads, and even trolleys to make loading and unloading a little less of a pain. Plus, it has one of the largest networks of locations in the U.S. and Canada, with 20,000 locations across each state and province. 

Penske offers affordable rental trucks for DIY moves. Its generous discounts and commitment to reduce its carbon footprint help it stand out from the crowd.

Penske also boasts locations across the U.S. and Canada, though they’re a little more limited on fleet size and types of trucks available (they offer 12-, 16-, 22-, and 26-foot options). However, if you’re really concerned about getting your things from A to B, they offer great insurance options that allow for a little extra peace of mind—and be sure to check online for some bonus specials (there’s usually a discount or two available to customers)

Our professional crews will load and unload any size  trailer.  We can provide crews from 5 men to 24. Call now.

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All our movers provide tools for basic assembly and disassembly. We also provide a dolly to expedite your move and make it EZ as 1-2-3.