Storemore America Soquel LLC (U-Haul Neighborhood Dealer)

Storemore America Soquel LLC (U-Haul Neighborhood Dealer)

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3711 Soquel Dr
Soquel, CA 95073

(831) 274-3002

(41st Ave)
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Standard Hours

  • Mon-Thur: 9 am - 5 pm
  • Fri-Sat: 9:30 am - 5 pm
  • Sun: 9:30 am - 1:30 pm

Storage access

  • Mon-Sun: 24 hours


  • 24 hour dropoff

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Moving Truck Rental in Soquel, CA at Storemore America Soquel LLC

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  • Automatic transmission
  • Air conditioning
  • Gentle-Ride suspension
  • Fuel-efficient V-8
  • SRS/air bags

Customer reviews

SOPHIA S. on 9/1/2014
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

My reservation time was changed at 433 ocean from 12pm to 10:30am and I was not given adequate notice of the change. The man at the desk was extremely unhelpful. We were sent to 3711 soquel where the man on duty was much nicer and more helpful. BUT PLEASE DO NOT SAY THAT A RESERVATION IS GUARANTEED IF YOU PLAN ON CHANGING THE TIME!! while 3711 soquel was a good experience, 433 ocean and the changed reservation was actually the most terrible moving experience I have ever had the displeasure of enduring.

Randy R. on 8/18/2014
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

The A/C was not working in the van I rented.

STEVE H. on 7/27/2014
Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

Service the truck THOROUGHLY [ air filter had been improperly re-assembled before pick up, had to be put together correctly before departure ] -- check ALL fluid levels and bring them ALL up to the recommended levels [ transmission was found en route to be very low, overdrive and later, the lower gears, failed en route ]; turn on the air conditioning for several minutes (not just for 10 - 60 seconds) to verify that it's working CONSISTENTLY and well [ A/C failed immediately en route ]; [Speedometer/trip odometer and odometer failed en route]; check with the previous renter to see if there's any feedback on mechanical issues that need to be addressed -- BEFORE releasing it again for rental. DO NOT RELEASE A TRUCK FOR RENTAL UNTIL YOU HAVE MADE EVERY EFFORT TO MAKE SURE THE TRUCK IS WELL MAINTAINED, IN TOP NOTCH OPERATING CONDITION, AND IS SAFE TO OPERATE. Release the truck for rental **only if** you would be willing for your **cherished** mother, wife, or daughter to ride in it or drive it. This was not U-Haul's finest hour.

SHEILA S. on 6/30/2014
Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

This location was very difficult to find. Not a clear sign from the road. They were closed when we delivered the truck and was told to put the keys in the drop box so there was no physical inspection with me. I called this morning to make sure everything was alright and to inform them of the gas tank sensor and only got a recording saying they were busy with clients. I will not go to this location again.

GEORGE K. on 6/30/2014
Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

We had a reservation for a truck pick up at 4pm on Wed 6/25 but my flight was delayed and there was traffic so I couldn't get to the facility until 4:50pm - the hours of the ficility were supposed to be 9-5pm. When we arrived it was closed and I couldn't get my truck until the next morning which cost me money as I had 3 movers at my house to load the truck that evening and had to hire someone else the next day. As well we had to rent a room for the evening and our whole trip was delayed.

Margaret M. on 6/24/2014
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

I had trouble during pick up in the morning. My original location was at Doc Auto on Ocean Street. Upon arriving, I was informed that the truck I had confirmed was not available. I was sent to the Soquel location to pick up a different truck. The storemore employees were very helpful. They explained to me that there was in fact a truck at the other location but helped me anyways. I spend 20 minutes going to the farther location at Soquel because of the misinformation at the Ocean st. store. If someone could have called me instead to inform me of their mistake that would have been helpful and I would have rather gone to the Ocean street location as originally confirmed.

Strom S. on 5/7/2014
Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

I used this location because I would be dropping a trailer off after hours and had dropped here once before during office hours, so I felt familiar with the location and process. This was convenient because I was dropping off very late, after a long tiring day of moving. When I got there, I stopped by the office just to check and see if there were any instructions posted, but there was nothing other than a drop for the paperwork. This location is primarily a storage facility on a very deep, relatively narrow lot. The U-Haul trucks and trailers are parked at the very back of the property, along the narrow end. So there isn't room for very many vans or trailers, and you have to back a trailer in. On this day, there were three spots open, with cones in front. There was also one very narrow spot that was not coned. This was because one coned spot on the very end was extra wide, then there was a truck parked way over, leaving a very narrow opening between it and the next truck. The cones said something like "private parking." This being after-hours, I had to figure out what that meant, and what to do. Should I attempt to back the wide, 12 foot trailer into the skinny spot? Would it even fit? Did I have the skill to get it in such a narrow area? Was it even consider an open spot given how narrow it was? Did the cones indicate areas reserved for U-Haul customers that had reserved a drop off, such as myself, so to dissuade any public parking? Or something else? I decided that my best, if not only, option for getting the trailer backed in without sideswiping anything else was the end spot. So I moved that cone over to the narrow spot and was able to get the trailer in. I also discovered during this process that dropping off by yourself at night at this location is not a good idea. You are far away from the street, hidden from view by the building, and the lighting is dim. It's a perfect spot for a mugging. Luckily, that did not happen until the next day, when I got a call from a man at Storemore America. He asks me, in one of those tones that makes you wonder what he's really asking, "I'd like to know what we can do to keep people from parking in coned off areas." I asked him if I had done so incorrectly, and he said that yes, it was reserved for someone with an RV. So I guess the storage business is spilling into the U-Haul space. But I felt badly about this, imagining someone in a similar situation to where I had been last night, trying to figure out how to get parked. I apologized and said I hadn't realized the purpose of the cones. But he wasn't going to be so easily deterred from his mission of humiliation hidden under the pretense of customer service. He asked me again, "help me to understand what we can do to keep people from parking in coned off areas." So I told him that what they could do would be to have available parking. That was so offensive to him that he momentarily broke from his script and burst out "there's parking ALL OVER the place! N