U-Haul is a well-known rental truck and trailer company that has been around since 1945. They offer an array of services, including the option to rent a pickup truck. The cost of renting a pickup truck from U-Haul depends on the size, model, and length of rental period.
U-Haul offers four different sizes of pickup trucks: 10 foot, 14 foot, 17 foot, and 20 foot. The 10 foot is their smallest size and can fit furniture from one bedroom apartment or small studio.
The 14 foot can fit furniture from two bedrooms or a large studio apartment. The 17 foot can fit furniture from three bedrooms or a small home with appliances, and the 20 foot is the largest size and can fit furniture from four bedrooms or larger homes with appliances.
U-Haul offers three different model types for their pickup trucks: the Ram 1500, the Ford F150, and the GMC Sierra 1500. All three models are equipped with air conditioning and come with an automatic transmission. They all have power steering and use regular unleaded gasoline fuel type.
U-Haul offers different rental periods for their pickup trucks depending on how long you need it for – daily rentals, weekly rentals, monthly rentals, or one way rentals (moving across town). Daily rentals start at $19.95/day plus mileage fees with a minimum charge of $19.95; weekly rentals start at $99 per week plus mileage fees; monthly rentals start at $399 per month plus mileage fees; and one way rentals start at $19.95/day plus mileage fees with no minimum charge required but you must return it to its original location when finished.
Mileage fees are charged based on your trip’s total miles traveled during your rental period as well as other factors like state taxes or surcharges which may vary from state to state. U-haul does not charge for any additional mileage over 100 miles traveled each day for daily and weekly pickups.
How much does U Haul charge to rent a pickup truck? The cost of renting a pickup truck from U-Haul depends on the size, model type, rental period chosen (daily/weekly/monthly/one way), as well as any applicable state taxes or surcharges that may be charged in addition to the daily rate plus mileage fees incurred during your trip’s total miles traveled during your rental period.