Trailer Rental & Towing in International Falls, MN at Stock Tire Co
Moving to or from International Falls, MN? 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 International Falls MN 56649 today.
Get FREE trailer rental quotes on car trailers, utility trailers, cargo trailers, and motorcycle trailer rentals in International Falls, MN
Cargo trailers in International Falls, MN 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 Stock Tire Co!
Utility trailers are perfect for towing large or oversize cargo in International Falls MN 56649. Many utility trailer rentals come equipped with a loading ramp for easy convenience. The utility trailer selection at Stock Tire Co 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 International Falls, MN 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 International Falls, MN online today!
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Kimberlee C. on
Get rid of the mileage charge. This is why I am choosing Penske over Uhaul in rural areas. To get one batch of hay for a nonprofit for kids and horses, we have to drive 188 miles. Alas Penske wasn't available for this run so we were stuck with uhaul. Making a reasonable living is one thing, but this is gouging. How about 200-300 free miles in rural areas, and then we pay a mileage charge? A little fairer. Or free one way rentals, like Penske?
TERRY K. on
I myself am a U-Haul dealer and although it was short notice at least three hours notice the UHaul truck wasn't running there was no snow wiped off the windshield I had to wipe it off with my fishing rod case the back door was actually open with about 2 feet of snow in the cab itself I mean in the cargo hold itself just something I would have not left for a customer 32536 is my dealer number
Ron E. on
Train your personnel better. I was very distressed when the young man from UHaul who was tasked with hocking up my trailer did not attach the chains on the hitch to my car. When I asked him if he would be attaching them, he said they were too long and would drag on the ground if he did but if that is what I wanted, he would hook them up to my car. He said they were designed to be towed by a pickup and I was driving an SUV. He was ready to let me leave the lot without the safety chains attached. I told him I believed it was illegal to not have the safety chains attached when towing something, as well as being unsafe. I told him I wasn't leaving unless they were attached. He retrieved his boss who twisted the chains until they were the correct length and they no longer dragged on the ground. Not a difficult fix. I also had to ask the young man to plug in the lights, which he did, but never asked me to apply the brakes or turn on the blinkers to make sure they were functioning. If I had followed the young man's advice, I would have put many people in danger on my 300+ trip back to Minneapolis. I worry he has has put others in danger as well, over his disregard for safety. He was a nice enough kid but had clearly not been trained properly. Perhaps being a gray haired older lady had a bit to do with it. I can't quite imagine he would have been so cavalier about safety if my husband had picked up the trailer instead of me. I have had this sort of thing happen before to me and it is always disturbing.