Kirks 66 Station (U-Haul Neighborhood Dealer)

Kirks 66 Station (U-Haul Neighborhood Dealer)

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5906 Hwy 90
Theodore, AL 36582

(251) 653-8020

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Standard Hours

  • Mon-Fri: 7 am - 3 pm
  • Sat-Sun: 8 am - 3 pm


  • 24 hour dropoff

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Customer Reviews for Kirks 66 Station

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Testimonials from recent customers of Kirks 66 Station

Overall rating: 3 out of 5 stars

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Bruce M. on 1/22/2015
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

The wait on hold to confirm the reservation was too long.

KRISTIAN B. on 12/25/2014
Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

The service was rude. I was charge for things I didn't want and wasn't even aware of tried calling customer service and got in touch with a rude rep. Very angry and never using u haul again.

Robert W. on 12/15/2014
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

Dropped off after hours, clear instructions in key drop box

LAURIE A. on 11/18/2014
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

I could not find a 1-800- number to call and let you know that the trailer was returned the very next day, on Saturday. The only number that I had was Mr. Kirks. I did enough out of him, that he had not let you know that it was returned. He is a very sweet man. Yes, I would use him again.

james a. on 10/9/2014
Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

I would not recommend, nor will I ever again use, Uhaul. Upon returning the vehicle and relinquishing responsibility of it, and the keys, to the attendant, he left the keys in the truck after the final walk thru and review, and they were locked inside. When I reviewed my bank statement I had 2 charges from Uhaul. One for the rental $283.62 (My receipt estimated my charge at $236.56) which I was overcharged, and a 2nd charge for $133.86. I called the Uhaul customer service line and spoke with someone who told me that it was a "key charge". I gave her the explanation of what I assumed it was for and I told her I was not responsible for that incident and that it was the attendant who left the keys in the truck and that I would not pay for that. After a long call and most of my time on hold another person answered, whom I once again had to repeat the issue. She told me that she would contact the manager who placed those charges and have him call me back to discuss the problem. After a 38 min and 42 sec phone call, I have yet to have anyone return my call (I left two phone contacts) to discuss the over billing and fraudulent charge (Just because you might have some line in barely legible contractual lingo doesn't make it ok to just charge away at a CUSTOMER'S debit card). So now I am forced to go to my bank and got though the process of disputing the charges. FYI apparently Uhaul is so bad about this they are famous for it, because the lady I spoke with says that "Uhaul always denies these claims" and if I do happen to get my money back it could take up to 45 days, but more than likely I won't. And because I am just an average citizen who survives off of disability I can't just go grab a lawyer to help, but I can do better. Uhaul made it to the top of my conversational list. So not only will I never use you again or recommend you, I will take my story to every social media outlet I am involved with. I will go out of my way to spread my story to anyone who will listen, and hopefully no one else will not make the same mistake I did!