Moving Truck Rental in Elgin, OK at Kids Under Construction
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camionetas Pequeños trabajos
camionetas de carga Pequeños trabajos
Camión de 10' Studio to
1 Bedroom Apt.
Camión de 15' 1 Bedroom Home
to 2 Bedroom Apt.
Camión de 17' Casa de hasta 2 dormitorios
Camión de 20' 2 Bedroom Home
to 3 Bedroom Apt.
Camión de 26' 3 Bedroom Home
to 4 Bedroom Home
Simply click on each moving truck shown above to view individual truck specs including: safety features, towing capacity, fuel economy and of course, the available space-per-truck size. Each rental truck is individually priced to help save you money, time and energy on your move to or from Elgin, OK.
Cargo vans and pickup truck rentals in Elgin, OK
U-Haul cargo van rentals and pickup trucks in Elgin, OK are perfect for home improvement projects, deliveries and other small loads. Rent cargo vans or pickups to save money on local moving or deliveries. Cargo van and pickup truck rentals are popular with local business, college students and smaller housing moves in Elgin OK 73538. Our moving van rentals include air conditioning, rub rails to protect your belongings and come equipped with a hitch to tow a trailer rental.
- Barandillas interiores en las camionetas de carga
- Transmisión automática
- Aire acondicionado
- Suspensión Gentle-Ride
- V-8 de bajo consumo de combustible
- SRS/bolsas de aire
comentarios del cliente
Rodger G. en
Had to go look for the attendant! Other than that it was good
roy y. en
Everything went smoothly.
tuyen t. en
NEED TO UPDATE TO THE CURRENT ADDRESS.
sally s. en
Their internet was extremely slow! Took forever to be processed. The windshield wipers were horrible. My friend had to follow my taillights because they were so bad in the rain he couldn’t see.
Kathy C. en
Uhaul was dropped off with a little more than 3/4 tank which pick up came home with 3/4 tank. Not sure why there is s $7+ easy fuel charge.
Brandon M. en
My uhaul experience was absolutely terrible, let’s start from the beginning... On Friday May 25th we picked up our reserved 26ft uhaul and car trailer that we had rented out for 5 days as we were moving across the country. It was set to be due back on May 30th. The man informed us that should we get there early and turn it in early we would be reimbursed. Great we thought! So, The man went out (knowing we’re making a 1100+ Mile journey moving an entire house and car in this truck) and picks the oldest 26ft box truck on the lot when there were newer ones sitting right next to it (which we were then later told at drop-off it was because they like to send out their older trucks and keep the newer ones in town-because that makes sense right? Send your older trucks out for the across the country journey) Anyway, the service man then quickly looked under the hood and topped off fluids and we were on our way home to pack our entire lives into this truck (including 2 caged cats who rode shotgun). Our trip from IN to OK was going to take us about 15 hours but with animals and a child (I was driving in our second car behind the truck with two dogs and the child) we knew we would have to stop overnight. So we set out in the early morning of Saturday May 26th. We got about 8-9 hours into the drive and decided to stay overnight at a pet friendly hotel in Missouri which was exactly half way. The next morning around 9am we set out again. We stopped about 30 minutes after leaving the hotel to get gas a truck friendly gas station. I filled my car and walked over to my husband who was still filling the uhaul and now had the hood opened. He stated that he believed the AC was going out because it wasn’t cold but not hot either. So he checked the coolant and fluids and everything looked ok. So we loaded back up in the truck and continued our journey. A couple hours later I called him to see how he was doing, he now said the AC had completely gone out and that him and that cats were “sweating bullets”. It was anywhere from 94-97 degrees that day driving across Missouri and into Oklahoma. I told him we would stop and that next rest area and I would try to call road side assistance in the mean time. I called roadside and the man that answered stated from the sounds of it our AC needed recharged and I had two options: stop in the now 97 degree heat and wait anywhere from 2-3 hours to have someone come to me and fix it (which he then told me state law says you cannot do an ac recharge on the side of the road, it had to be done in-doors, so I’m not sure where he expected me to stop) OR we could take it to any shop, have it fixed- pay out of pocket ourselves, and uhaul would reimburse us (yeah right). He asked if we had planned on stopping anywhere overnight to which I replied we stopped last night and we’re now in the second leg of our journey so no, we would not be stopping for a long period again. We were out of options-we couldn’t sit along the road in 97 degree heat wi