Trailer Rental & Towing in Cambridge, MA at U-Haul Moving & Storage at Central Square
Moving to or from Cambridge, MA? 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 Cambridge MA 02139 today.
Get FREE trailer rental quotes on car trailers, utility trailers, cargo trailers, and motorcycle trailer rentals in Cambridge, MA
Cargo trailers in Cambridge, MA 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 at Central Square!
Utility trailers are perfect for towing large or oversize cargo in Cambridge MA 02139. Many utility trailer rentals come equipped with a loading ramp for easy convenience. The utility trailer selection at U-Haul Moving & Storage at Central Square 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.
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 Cambridge, MA 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 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 Cambridge, MA online today!
Trailer and Towing Supplies
Gunnar H. on
There was nowhere to park to return the truck. Seriously—that’s a rather large failure in a business dedicated to renting.
Ceylon A. on
Augustine B. on
Very courteous, and they had me on my way very quickly.
Robert D. on
Difficult to tell who was working at the counter because of the displays on and in front of the counter that blocked the view, There were several staff behind the counter and it was hard to tell whether it was their indifference or the blocked views that led to the slow service.
Carla W. on
I got charged $30 for returning fuel "below 1/4" -- but I'm pretty sure it was at 1/4 not below when i returned it
Joseph Z. on
The van smelled heavily of body odor from the previous user. Other than that, it was fine.
Miguel D. on
The attention at the counter was rude, unprofessional, unwelcoming and not what I'm used to at U-Haul. The gas was below of what it was indicated and the agent didn't walk us to the car despite of not having other customers in the store or on the phone. The instructions were not clear to drop off the keys of the van and because of that very troubling to return the vehicle after hours. It was not a good experience, definitely not going back to this location and probably not using U-Haul again in the future.
FRANK S. on
Clerk barked at me....leave keys in truck. We will check you out later and email you a receipt.
C Michael G. on
Provide more space for parking the returned vehicles.
Stephen F. on
Watch videos about how to do self-check-in online. Do not use the app. I didn't know how much gas to put in the truck so I just guessed. I think I probably filled it up more than I needed to.
Paul F. on
The gas level was incorrect but the attendant corrected it on the spot.
franco m. on
personal (the responsible) unkind
Michael C. on
Easy and efficient. Staff was on the spot and courteous.
Daniel J. on
I wasn’t given a chance to confirm mileage and gas tank levels until my vehicle was on the way out of the garage, so reporting this would have required backing up, parking, and going back to the front desk. It would be nice to do this together with a staff person while the van/truck is parked, so we can find any discrepancies earlier.
don m. on
Tires are very bad
Charles G. on
I dropped off after hours and there were no signs for where to leave the uhaul and was told by someone else that you have to find meter parking close to the building which took an hour. Would have been fine with that if there was a sign that clearly stated that. I called customer service couldn’t get anyone.
Carl T. on
We weren't given the truck that we reserved. We had to accept a larger truck that was a gas hog. The truck's transmission failed to shift properly many times during the trip and was very uncomfortable when it decided to downshift on its own when driving down the highway at 55 mph. I have a mechanical degree. This truck has a transmission issue that could get someone hurt. It used a tremendous amount of fuel due to jumping out of overdrive into 3rd gear a lot. A few times it wouldn't even shift from 2nd to 3rd and it was a pain in the butt to drive the 180+ miles I drove it. If I am contacting the Arizona headquarters, we want other consideration for what we had to go through. I don't have a problem with using my personal blog to inform the public with how Uhaul didn't take care of us as I thought that they should. Also, I have recently contacted you about a 600 plus mile move that I plan to make. If Uhaul does its customers this way then maybe I'd be better off by buying a trailer and moving rather than renting a truck from you. Maybe I will try your competition. Maybe they will appreciate my business and take better care of my needs.
Trevor S. on
I was charged almost twice the estimated charges.
Nile H. on
Everything was great except you charged me for a dolly rental. Last time I used Uhaul, I was charged for fuel, which was unwarranted. Y'all have to stop doing this - it really turns me off from using Uhaul as a company.
Adam P. on
Very positive experience!
Songhao L. on
The system did not send an email notifying us that our chosen time slot was unavailable
Emily J. on
Was told you leave my keys in the van nothing more. My receipt that was emailed had a $40 extra day charge which I was surprised by. If it was an issue with late drop off I was not informed by either location that I needed to drop off by a certain time. Location was open when I dropped off.
Matthew C. on
I waited in line 30 minutes for a car I had already reserved (which meant I was late for the 6 people who had offered to get up early to help me move). The line was 6 people deep at 7 am on June 1, a popular moving day, but only one person at the desk both checking people in and taking people out to cars. I tried to check in online, but the van reserved for me was 5 deep in the parking lot and I’d never have been able to get the van. I told another staffer, who seemed to only be moving cars, about this situation, when she told me to take one that she had just moved, but when I mentioned this during the online check-in, the agent declined my check-in because she couldn’t update the van being dispatched to me. After waiting in line, I finally got a van. When I returned, there was a truck blocking the entrance. I parked in the empty lot instead, went in to give the clerks (of which there were now 3) the keys, and one clerk told me to pull it in. I asked the guy in the truck and he said he needed to wait a few minutes. I went back in, told the clerks again, and one of them (who I think was the manager) had me just give him the key. If I ever need a cargo van again, I’ll just rent a Zipcar. It’s more expensive but at least I know I can pick it up and return it on time.
andy t. on
I booked a nine-foot cargo van and an 8x8 storage unit at the Cambridge, MA location over the phone, taking advantage of a deal where you could do the van one-way and get the first month of the storage unit free, even though I was only driving in town. I showed up at the Cambridge location and was told that somehow the the person on the phone had booked the van but not the storage unit. The guy I spoke to at the store, who turned out to be the manager, seemed like he couldn't have cared less that U-Haul had screwed up the order; all he was apparently able to do was to print out a list of units that might or might not be available at the Medford and Woburn locations. This has less to do with the Cambridge store and more to do with U-Haul in general, but I spent about two hours on the phone trying first to figure out how they had screwed up my order, then trying to reserve a storage unit at another location. I called the customer service line, waited about 20 minutes, and got a nice woman in Arizona who was quite helpful. She eventually transferred me to the Boston regional office, who was completely unhelpful - she was the only person in the office, and her computer system had apparently crashed, so she couldn't find out what units were available at any location. Cool. At this point I had had people waiting to help me move for over an hour, so I took the van, went back to my apartment and loaded it up. Time to try again. I called the Medford location and a second location in Somerville on their direct phone numbers, several times. Couldn't get through to a human being. I eventually got to a woman in Georgia who informed me that the Medford and Somerville locations had set up their phone systems to pass customer service calls back into the national pool if they weren't immediately available. In that case, what on earth is the point of having phone numbers for individual stores? She also informed me that there was no central computer system for figuring out what storage units were available at what place - you had to call them (hah) or go there in person to see what was what. At this point it's pretty absurd. I'm trying to give U-Haul three months worth of money for a storage unit and they couldn't be less interested in taking it. I never found out how my order got screwed up or got through to a person at another U-Haul location. I ended up getting a storage unit at a local company, which, what do you know, had a person who answered on the first ring. The manager at the Cambridge location was nice enough to waive the mileage charges for me on the van (which ended up being an in-town rental) when I told him I wasn't paying them, since the original order was supposed to be a one-way rental with no mileage charge and I'm not going to pay for the privilege of driving to another location and back when I should have had a unit at your store. So that was good and I appreciate that. But the entire process really stunk. You're a multinational c
edesio m. on
Nice people, fast service.