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Even if you have already moved, you might not realize how inefficient it can be to rent the wrong moving truck. Choosing the right company, truck size, and even company to pack the truck can make a huge difference. These tips will help you select the right truck and move most efficiently.
1. Truck Size Selection Makes a Difference
Many websites for moving truck rental companies offer tools to help you decide which size truck will work best for you. If you want to avoid making multiple trips, it is essential that you choose the appropriate truck for a full-house move.
2. Book Your Truck Early
Most moves occur over the summer, but this means that you might be renting a truck during the busiest time of the year. If you are renting during a busy season, make sure to book the truck as soon as you know your moving dates.
3. Many Truck Rental Companies Sell Boxes
Short on boxes? Don't want to spend your time looking for old ones? Many moving truck companies will sell boxes for a decent rate, especially in conjunction with a truck rental.
4. Make Sure You Are Insured
Insurance is an important consideration to make when you are driving a large vehicle. You should consult with both your auto and home insurance companies to discuss whether or not you are covered. If not, the rental company you hire through may also offer insurance.
5. Pay Close Attention to Your Driving
Driving a rental truck is much different than driving the vehicle you do each day. The length and width of the truck means that you need to make wider turns. You also need to check your blind spots and mirrors more often, as you are driving a large vehicle you are not used to. Avoid tailgating, and always use your turn signal. Plus, you don't want to forget to pay close attention to road signs announcing necessary clearance heights.
6. Return Your Truck on Time
Late truck rentals tend to incur additional fees, which can negate the idea of moving yourself rather than hiring professionals with a truck.
7. Ask Questions when You Need To
If you have questions about your rental truck, it is a good idea to call the company for additional tips and information. You may be able to find the deal of a lifetime on your moving truck simply by asking.Share
17 June 2017