U-Haul Moving & Storage of Plano

U-Haul Moving & Storage of Plano

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Address

4101 W Plano Pkwy
Plano, TX 75093

(972) 985-6004

(We are on West Plano Parkway between West 15th St and Commerce Dr)
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Standard Hours

  • Mon-Thur: 7 am - 7 pm
  • Fri: 7 am - 8 pm
  • Sat: 7 am - 7 pm
  • Sun: 9 am - 5 pm

Storage access

  • Mon-Sun: 24 hours

Features  

  • Free towing inspection
  • Propane pay at pump
  • 24 hour dropoff

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Trailer Rental & Towing in Plano, TX at U-Haul Moving & Storage of Plano

Moving to or from Plano, TX? U-Haul cargo and enclosed trailers are intelligently designed to protect and secure your precious belongings, while our open utility trailers are perfect for hauling building supplies, landscaping materials or bulky items. U-Haul car trailers have EZ load ramps for effortless loading of vehicles while our motorcycle trailers are lightweight and easy to tow. Get FREE trailer rental rate quotes in Plano, TX, 75093 today.

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Cargo trailers

Cargo trailers in Plano, TX are lightweight, aerodynamic, and engineered for better fuel economy which makes it easy to tow behind any vehicle. Millions of families use our enclosed cargo trailers to move every year. U-Haul has a large selection of enclosed trailers to rent in-town or one way, review our cargo trailer sizes and reserve a trailer rental online at U-Haul Moving & Storage of Plano!

Utility trailers

Utility trailers are perfect for towing large or oversize cargo in Plano, TX, 75093. Many utility trailer rentals come equipped with a loading ramp for easy convenience. The utility trailer selection at U-Haul Moving & Storage of Plano provides an affordable solution for home improvement projects, furniture delivery and for towing recreational vehicles. Utility trailer rentals are also popular with businesses for deliveries and trade-show events. Utility trailers come in a wide range of sizes and styles so that any car can tow.

Car trailers

Moving cross-country with your vehicle on a car trailer is a smart way to save gas and eliminate miles of wear and tear on your vehicle. Our Tow Dolly is a low-cost option for towing front wheel drive vehicles, while auto transports are ideal for long distance moves. Both car haulers fit most sized vehicles in Plano, TX and are also an economical alternative to calling a tow truck in the case of a break-down. Whether towing behind a U-Haul moving van or your own personal vehicle, you can rent a car hauler for both in-town and one way moves.

Motorcycle trailers

Motorcycle trailers in are lightweight, easy to tow and have an easy-access loading ramp. Each motorcycle trailer also comes equipped with an integrated chock for the front wheel and with heavy-duty tie-down rings to support even the heaviest of motorcycles. Reserve your motorcycle trailer rental in Plano, TX online today!

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Transporting vehicles with low ground clearance

Sports cars and specialty vehicles with unusually low ground clearance cannot be loaded and unloaded onto the Auto Transport in the conventional manner.

Customer reviews

steve e. on 2/27/2015
Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

Providing customer service would be a GREAT place to start. While standing in the building I had to call the location three times before someone came to the counter so I could rent a vehicle. The cargo van was also very badly out of alignment as the tires where almost bald on one side and fine on the other

MELISSA B. on 2/27/2015
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

Everyone there is very nice,professional and customer oriented.

JAMES B. on 2/26/2015
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

Lauren did a great job. I have used this center for years and they always have great customer service. Thank you.

THOMAS L. on 2/26/2015
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

Very nice and friendly service. Very nice experience

GRAHAM L. on 2/25/2015
Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

Only 1 person there to take care of 8 customers. Hooking up trailers, checking in trucks, checking out trucks and working the front desk. Took forever. Need more staff to help. Will not go back to that location for any reason. Gave me a drop off location that had no room for trailer to be dropped off. Called Roadrunner in Paris and they said they would be happy to help me out.

Polly G. on 2/20/2015
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

Very good service. I want to buy a truck, but there is no reason. When I need to haul things I just rent the real thing!

Tom S. on 2/18/2015
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

I think it's absolutely ridiculous that you require a paper copy of my current proof of auto insurance before you will rent a truck to me. You can blame it on your insurance company, or GMC or whoever you want, but I will not use uhaul again for this reason. In the past I've been asked for the name of my insurance company, but never have I been refused service without the hard copy proof of insurance. This forced me to leave, and burden my friends to give me another ride the next day, and was highly inconvenient, not to mention unnecessary and not relevant to a rental of your truck. That policy cost you a good customer.

Jeff S. on 2/18/2015
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

service was excellent, and faster than expectedposted pick up, and in the return.

ALEXANDER H. on 2/16/2015
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

As usual great service!! The Cargo Van I used was awesome! I normally use trailers, but this cargo van was very clean and a very smooth ride.

ERAN B. on 2/16/2015
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

Great customer service.

Martin F. on 2/16/2015
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

The pick up experience was excellent. The drop off however had 12 people in line and one attendant who was dealing with a slow computer. It was quite the wait and most were for scheduled pick ups meaning it should have been planned for relative to staffing.

BOBBY B. on 2/16/2015
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

OK, I've decided to give y'all a break on the systematic extermination of folks (I used this word intentionally (think about when it made a comeback)) that challenged the historical facts about Islam (the original reason for the Crusades (10's of thousands of Christians were killed during the pilgrimage to Israel after Rome finally fell (hell most euro trash still do not bathe because of Roman Baths)). So, here's a description of how the future saviors of the planet were raised. Guys we're getting old, someone needs to take up the slack (My Big Green Elf is only one person, Zane step up to the plate. By: Marco Torres, Prevent Disease As a child who grew up in the seventies, I’m flabbergasted at the degree of generational differences in health, medicine, food, safety, and general well-being of children. Don’t get me wrong, I love technology and all the advancements we’ve made in several areas, but at the same time when you break it down to the simplest ways of managing human lives, we’ve taken one step forward and three steps back. The level of fear we currently exhibit as parents and as a society towards children is at an unprecedented level. When comparing the two time periods, an element of certainty exists where we have now immersed our most precious assets into an toxic, overly hygienic, medicalized, obsessive compulsive, paranoid, anxious and at the very least, a “cowardice culture” where children are being trained and almost indoctrinated into a world where “the norm” is to fear everything and everyone. 1. Our Entertainment Was Each Other We had no internet, cell phones, computers or video games. Not only were our lives free of close proximity electronic devices and their constant electromagnetic radiation, but this allowed us to entertain ourselves through peer interaction and physical activity. You’re talking about a dramatic decrease in the level of physical activity from just 40-50 years ago and it’s manifesting itself in obesity, insulin resistance, and precursors to diabetes in children as young as ten years old. We didn’t have these distractions taking us away from each other’s presence, which allowed us to interact, manage and entertain our emotional states with friends. Texting, instagraming and facebooking has turned our children into a generation of mindless drones who can only interact when they’re behind a keyboard, earpiece, speaker or headset–anything else is just too scary. 2. Playing Outside Was Normal, Not Prohibited Most people who pass by a park today and see 10-year old children playing alone, think “why” as fear strikes a chord. Why are they without their parents? Why are they playing alone without supervision? This was normal and just a way of life in the 70s. We stayed outside until the lights turned off in the summer or heard our parents screaming to come inside. Nobody called the police because a group of kids were playing alone on their street or in the park. When parents had people over, we were

Brandon S. on 2/14/2015
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

The owner helped me out just fine, however, the employee that installed a ball on the hitch seemed more interested in being witty and chatty with his fellow worker than getting me taken care of quickly. All in all not too bad, I just could have been on my way 5 minutes faster.

Eric S. on 2/11/2015
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

Great facility and people

JOHN H. on 2/10/2015
Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

better communications among employes

CALEB M. on 2/9/2015
Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

The rental was for 8 but we had to wait almost an hour to talk to someone. This has happened a couple times at this location. Then we had to wait for customers to move their trucks to leave. We didn't leave the property till past 10:00am. We were given exactly 48 hours to the minute from contract printing apparently since the Austin location was calling at 9;00 saying we would be charged extra. We were told we had till the end of day Monday. That wasn't true.

BOBBY B. on 2/5/2015
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

Ok Y'all, Sorry but I have an emergency PSA. The opening prayer at the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo was preformed by an Imam (like that!! I even capitalized it). Here is a open letter I sent to the organizers. Our regularly scheduled Texas history lessen will start next review (I've been saving them up) with Texas Ranger Jesus Saldovar. His story, and methoids, could solve all of the worlds problems today. My little note to the Rodeo Idiot. YOU JUST LOST ONE FAMILY'S TRADITION AS WELL AS $2000 (ANNUAL SPENDING BUDGET). THIS IS THE LAST STRAW. IF A FORMAL APOLOGY IS NOT POSTED IN THE MEDIA TOMORROW MORNING, I WILL MAKE SURE EVERY WELL HEALED TEXAN KNOWS ABOUT YOUR SICK, DEMENTED AND COWARDLY DECISION. OUR GREAT GOVERNOR JUST DECLARED FEB. SECOND CRIS KILE DAY. ARE YOU F@@ING KIDDING ME. YOU COULD HAVE HAD ONE OF HIS FAMILY MEMBERS SAY THE LORDS PRAYER, BUT NO YOU CHOSE TO HAVE SOMEONE THAT PUT A PRICE ON HIS HEAD. PLEASE GO BACK TO WHERE YOU CAME FROM (SURELY YOUR FROM EITHER THE EAST OR WEST COAST) AND LET A TEXAN MAKE THE DECISIONS. THIS WAS NOT ONLY A COWARDLY DECISION BUT A STUPID ONE AS WELL. THE MOVIE ABOUT CHRIS HAS ALREADY MADE $200 MILLION. HOW MUCH WILL THE RODEO TAKE IN NOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! God and Texas Victory or Death. William Barret Travis 1836 GOOGLE THE ALAMO, YOU'LL FIGURE IT OUT. Bobby Broussard 214-529-3206

Jimmy C. on 2/3/2015
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

Everyone that I interacted with on the staff were courteous and efficient. I was in and out both during pickup and dropoff.

Jeffery P. on 2/2/2015
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

Get newer trucks or fix the trucks you have. I moved at night and everytime I hit a small or large bump, the headlights would go out! Very unsafe. It took longer than normal for transmission to engage so engine would idle high. Staff was fast and friendly.

JESSIE G. on 1/31/2015
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

They double charged me since i was 30 minutes late. There has been a billing case opened which is good but i dont know the outcome yet. This particular location has a lot of new staff that is not fully trained. They are however friendly, clean, and helpful. I think with further training it will be a good location.

Christopher S. on 1/27/2015
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

We originally scheduled a trailer rental at Senior G's in Rowlett, TX. Upon arrival at Senior G's, I was greeted at the door with a paper stating, "not here, call XXX-XXXX." So, I called the number and the lady that answered stated that she did not have a reservation for us and that she was unable to get us a trailer until hours later. So, we contacted U-Haul Moving & Storage of Plano and they moved our scheduled reservation over to their location. U-Haul Moving & Storage of Plano met us with friendly service and had us on our way in no time. Excellent customer service!

Bob B. on 1/27/2015
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

all was great

tom t. on 1/26/2015
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

Arm rest on driver's side was broken. Staff was helpful and knowledgeable

BOBBY B. on 1/23/2015
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

Notice: Due to the current political correctness, and the fact that our first amendment rights no longer exist I will revert back to Texas history. Please do not worry this will only last for 2 more years. This is not the first time in Texas history that this has happened. Reconstruction and occupation of the 1870's was far worse. We had to smuggle our cotton through Black Rock to get it to market. Free speech, freedom of the press (we had 78 newspapers then), freedom to travel out of county and voting rights were all suspended, and this was just the tip if the iceberg. We finally took the capitol back by force. We spiked E.J. Davis's cannons first, so they couldn't shoot us. We then tore the door off of the capitol and removed him, his cabinet and his police. It only took a few months to get Texas back to Texas. So you see historically, our current situation is temporary. My next article will be on one of the most unsung Hero's in Texas history. Ranger Jesus Sandoval. Well lets say; he didn't have a water board, and little water to waste. I'm really looking forward to telling this great mans story.

LAURA S. on 1/20/2015
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

It was very inconvenient for the van to have to be dropped off at the pick up location.