Renting a truck for the first time can be a little stressful, so this quick guide will help you choose the best truck rental service, avoid the hassle of finding the right car for your job at the right price, while providing the best customer service.
Choose the right pickup truck or truck for your job
Most importantly, the truck must match its load. Start by measuring the size of your cargo and get an idea of the weight. Do you have super-heavy things like a family piano or large, heavy and heavy furniture? What about king size or four-poster beds and large closets? Can you take them apart or do they need to be transported invented? The presence of a truck that comfortably accommodates your load means that you only need one trip, and you do not pay for additional space that you will not use
This is an important consideration when renting any car. Is it necessary to deliver the truck to the place of work and then pick it up or pick it up at the company’s warehouse and return it later? If you travel long distances, it may be more profitable to get a one-way rental. If you fly somewhere and then you need to take a taxi to pick up the truck, it can be much more expensive than letting you drop off at the airport for you.
Age and driving restrictions
Obviously, you will need a driver’s license to rent any vehicle, but sometimes there are age restrictions for trucks of different sizes and for large trucks, you will need an appropriate license. As a rule, there is a higher rate for young and less experienced drivers, as well as different rates for several drivers.
Almost all lease return trucks services require you to use a primary credit card for your rental payments, although some will accept a debit card if you make a deposit, but expect some restrictions if you want to pay in this way.
Insurance and protection
All leases include basic insurance coverage, and if necessary, various rental policies can be obtained from rental companies. Most credit cards have built-in comprehensive insurance coverage, and many private home and car policies include car rental coverage, but check them carefully first.
Move accessories and supplies
There are many different belts, pillows, mobile blankets, hand trolleys and hand trolleys. Think about whether you need a hydraulic lift or a ramp, a crane or other devices to make your movement easier and safer.