Moving Truck Rental in Louisville, CO at Dillon Road Storage LLC

Moving to or from Louisville CO 80027? Get FREE truck rental rate quotes at Dillon Road Storage LLC. U-Haul rental trucks are specifically engineered from the ground up to assist moving families, not freight. Our moving trucks have more safety features than other moving trucks in the industry including gentle ride suspension and high visibility mirrors to assist the driver. Whether you are moving a smaller apartment or a large four-bedroom house, U-Haul truck rentals in Louisville, CO will provide you with the moving truck rental you need to get from point A to point B. Find the perfect size moving truck to assist with your move, U-Haul is home of the $19.95 rental truck!

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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 Louisville, CO.

Cargo vans and pickup truck rentals in Louisville, CO

U-Haul cargo van rentals and pickup trucks in Louisville, CO 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 Louisville CO 80027. Our moving van rentals include air conditioning, rub rails to protect your belongings and come equipped with a hitch to tow a trailer rental. U-Haul is the home of the $19.95 cargo van rental in Louisville, CO, reserve a van for your moving needs from Dillon Road Storage LLC!

Alquileres de camionetas y camionetas de carga desde $19.95

Características

  • Barandillas interiores en las camionetas de carga
  • Transmisión automática
  • Air conditioning
  • Suspensión Gentle-Ride
  • V-8 de bajo consumo de combustible
  • SRS/bolsas de aire

Customer Reviews

Andrea M. en

Grado:

Great family owned business. Polite and friendly

Madelyn C. en

Grado:

Dominic was amazing. Very accommodating. Being short I had spontaneously decide to go for a smaller truck and he went out of his way to make it happen for me. The office is beautiful with floor to ceiling windows and great light. Very welcoming. The premises are spotless and the access is good. Next time I have a storage need I will def go there as well.

Peter S. en

Grado:

I filled the tank to 1/2, same as when I picked it up, but they claimed it was 1/16 less than that and charged me $16! Completely rediculous! Will not use uhaul again.

leslie C. en

Grado:

All was handed professionally

Jeffrey B. en

Grado:

Everything was exactly what we asked for and the service was very friendly.

Madonna S. en

Grado:

Nothing!

Christina R. en

Grado:

It was awesome! I ran into horrible weather and was really stressed out, but the man (I'm sorry I can't remember his name!) at the Dillon Uhaul that I rented my truck from was extremely amenable and that was extremely helpful. I'm nervous driving those big trucks anyway, but with snow and ice and a blizzard... I'm so glad I decided not to take the risk and wait it out. One thing I would suggest with a customer you know is going to be traveling to or from high country unpredictable mountain weather and possibly hazardous travel is to maybe give them a written list or explanation of what the hazardous winter travel weather laws and regulations are according to CDOT and if/how your vehicles are equipt or not equipt with the requirements. Such as I found out after the fact that my truck did indeed have snow tires on the front 2 wheels which is a new law for trucks beginning this year. I also didn't know whether a uhaul truck is considered a commercial motor vehicle or not and hence fall under rules for a CMV. Also, the required chain law. Maybe providing chains if you know a customer will be traveling through snow country and it's getting to be the season for that. (& also instructions how to put them on??) Even providing travel information for road conditions such as I found cotrip.org to be an excellent detailed source of information for road conditions of the specific roads I needed to travel on my route. All of these things are extremely useful and critical to safety of the people and also protection of your equipment!! One of the roads I needed to pass in order to reach my hwy and I was debating over and over whether to go or not, I found the following morning when I opted not to go when I saw all the snow that had fallen, I heard locals in the shop of the town I was stuck in (moving to) that they'd never seen more vehicles (dozens!!) in the ditches along hwy 91 and spun out into ditches in the entire time they had lived there. There is a high mountain pass on that road with steep cliffs either side... I am SO glad I did not go. The following morning the slushy snow had all frozen and people were fishtailing all over the roads. I waited for it to thaw out and melt when I saw the sun was out before I headed out. The roads were dry and perfect by the time I went! I heard one man say he spent 5 hours trying to help dig his friend's car out of the snow bank along 91 that night before. I feel it was so much more efficient, putting fewer people, including myself, in danger to wait it out. I don't know, maybe even including some policies regarding bad weather would be a good idea. I kept calling the police dept and CDOT and checking the national weather forecast and they kept saying "we don't know, mountain weather is unpredictable. It can change on the flip of a dime. Just keep checking cotrip.org for road conditions." I don't know what you're supposed to do to plan for these things when you have a big move. I had to be out of my place by Oct 1. I mad

Andrew E. en

Grado:

The drop-off area (after hours) was a little hectic with all but one spot being taken and very small area to maneuver the trailer. Made it work but had to place the trailer in the handicapped spot out of necessity. Otherwise the facility was very nice.

Dominic K. en

Grado:

Motorcycle trailer was in excellent condition. Heather was professional and knowledgeable!

John L. en

Grado:

Cold and indifferent - One person with a lot of returns and no customer service skills whatsoever.

Lowell J. en

Grado:

Drop off location presented to me was farther than necessary. Full uhaul facility was only a few minutes away. Wasted considerable time.

Janae M. en

Grado:

Excellent service! Quick and easy check-in (I was able to do paperwork while someone helped my boyfriend hook up the trailer), extremely clean, friendly service, and good, clean trailer. Great experience. We will come back when we move again.

Michael H. en

Grado:

leave a little more room for hooking up the trailer without blocking the driveway to the storage units.

Monica O. en

Grado:

I have no suggestions. The staff at the Dillon road location are excellent. I will continue to use this particular location going forward.

Michael M. en

Grado:

Easy to work with !!

Scott L. en

Grado:

Great experience .

Nicholas B. en

Grado:

Rented from Dillon Road Storage and the gal at the counter was friendly and efficient. Truck looked brand new. Return was quick and easy as well. If anything I feel like I paid a lot for 3 hours time and 34 miles traveled.

David B. en

Grado:

The people working at this location are top notch. Very polite and professional. I would recommend this location to anyone interested in renting or even looking for storage. I plan on using this location for my future needs.

Gregory M. en

Grado:

Very convenient being able to store my cargo at the same location that I dropped the trailer!

Maureen R. en

Grado:

The vehicle was in very poor condition. The rpm gauge was inoperable and it needed oil every 310-360 miles. Also, we were charged additional miles because the direct route (over I70) was too dangerous for a vehicle of that size and weight to travel therefore we took an alternate route. The vehicle had squeaking breaks and the drivers side mirror was so loose it rattled the entire 1360 mile trip. It was an awful experience.

Kevin P. en

Grado:

The after-hours pick-up service was extremely poorly planned.

Paul V. en

Grado:

All very good. Owner / operator very nice and efficient. Only minor complaint would be that I received multiple emails for the same thing. 4 or so emails with a contract, 2 emails for this survey, etc. hard to know what is important or the "final" when you send so many.

Mark L. en

Grado:

Great, friendly service. A minor point of feedback is that the lot entrance space is tight for pulling in with a trailer for drop off.

JERRY R. en

Grado:

Very crowded, no place to drop off trailer without blocking storage locker doors. Poor signage to find place.

Keith G. en

Grado:

Great customer service. Very nice facility.

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