Trailer Rental & Towing in Pittsburgh, PA at U-Haul at McKnight Rd
Moving to or from Pittsburgh, PA? 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 Pittsburgh PA 15237 today.
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Cargo trailers in Pittsburgh, PA 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 at McKnight Rd!
Utility trailers are perfect for towing large or oversize cargo in Pittsburgh PA 15237. Many utility trailer rentals come equipped with a loading ramp for easy convenience. The utility trailer selection at U-Haul at McKnight Rd 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 Pittsburgh, PA 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 Pittsburgh, PA online today!
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John G. on
Dustin was very helpful.
Donald W. on
Dustin and Ross are very helpful it was a pleasure dealing with both of them.
Tom M. on
The truck had a faulty column shifter. It worked fine all day but when I stopped to get gas before returning the vehicle, the shifter stopped at reverse instead of park when I took it out of drive. I got out of the truck to put fuel in and the truck started going in reverse. I had to get back into the truck to stop it but it was too late and the door smashed into the pump. They made me pay $483 for damages because I did not have the insurance even though it was a faulty truck. It happened two more times before I dropped it off. I went to U-Haul in the morning and showed the uhaul worker and he said "huh I will have to tinker with it" and then charged me $283.00. I will be sure to go out of my way to advise everyone that I can to not use uhaul!
lauren h. on
Ross was excellent, return process was easy and overall great value all the way around.
Anne L. on
Your staff is excellent at this location. Efficient, friendly, respectful of my time and the time of others who were waiting. The only thing about this location that is sometimes challenging is the tight space which isn't really something you can change. But the actual location is so convenient for me and many people I wouldn't trade that for a bigger parking lot.
Amber G. on
The person that checks me out was wonderful helpful and was awesome I highly recommend this place
JOHANNA B. on
Very friendly and positive
bill g. on
I had to get out & adjust the mirror ( some help would be nice ) didn't know the vehicle features , heater , etc. the seat belt in the passenger seat was stuck , my wife could not use it . other than that , nice experience .
Carrie G. on
3 miles down the interstate the pin in the hinge of the driver side door broke causing the door to come open and not close again. I called U-Haul number and told them I was literally right down the road from pickup and the door flew open on the interstate they stated I would have to sit and wait for roadside or drive it back. Since I was on a time limit I had to drive the truck back holding the driver door on the entire way. The rental place did give me a different truck. But upon return I was compensated approximately $70 from my rental bill for an incident that could have easily killed someone had a car been next to me when this happened. And the fact that I had to decide to sit for hours on my limited time schedule or drive a huge truck while literally holding the driver door on.
Jess F. on
I didn't see anything that needed improvement. Dustin Crooks did a great job when it came to customer service. When i went online to reserve a truck and equipment I jad some complications, but Dustin did well to help me out and moving was no problem and he worked with me very well. Thank you Dustin!
Brian D. on
Make sure that the reservation system is able to change a customers reservation when they want to use a different piece of equipment that better suits their needs. Have a kiosk at the drop off location where the customer is able to scan their contract for quicker after hours turn in and have a printed receipt of their turn in.
debbie h. on
My experience was amazing the customer service I got from Ross and Dustin was a the best the way these two explained everything and answered my questions was great. Would recommend these two to anyone
Joseph M. on
I prefer swinging doors on a trailer over the rollup door. Inevitably, shifting cargo makes the rollup door a real problem to open.
sherry m. on
Very quick and efficient service and still a friendly rapport. I haven’t rented a truck for quite a few years and I expected the chaos of the past. I was pleasantly surprised at how smooth it all went. Thank you staff!!
Kenneth E. on
The gentleman who assisted me (Brandon, I believe) in picking up the vehicle as well as when I returned it was extremely helpful, personable yet efficient. This was my first experience with U-Haul, and it was a great experience.
susan s. on
Ross was very understanding and accommodating concerning our use of a cargo van.
brittany j. on
Reserved a 15 foot uhaul with a ramp, was given a 10 foot without ramp! Was not notified of this and it almost messed up my task of the day!! Very upset by this!! I really needed the bigger truck!!
Justin R. on
Great customer service from all the employees at this location, I felt like I paid too much for gas and they helped me to resolve the situation. Very fair, helpful, and patient. Thank you
mary h. on
I was a walk in. No appointment. Ross Potter was a great help, explained the process and paperwork and got me a van on the spot. Great job Ross!
Walter P. on
Not much, I always have a pleasant, professional experience there, team members are courteous and helpful.
Santina B. on
The after hours pick up was difficult. I was given the wrong combination to unlock the locker for the key. The online process was also redundant and I thought it made me start over. I’ll probably not use the after hours function in the future.
John D. on
Parking for customers ‘ vehicles.
Dawn M. on
U-Haul should remove Them Movers from their list of moving partners. Description of my experience with them: 1. The 2 movers were schedule to arrive at 9, but didn't arrive until 9:30. 2. They were both extremely slow moving - the slowest movers I've ever hired. 3. Jordan took numerous smoke breaks, which I shouldn't be paying for. He also left his cigarette butts all over the property, including jamming one in between retaining wall blocks lining the driveway. 4. I was charged for travel time in between the 2 homes, which included time they spent getting gas, Gatorade, and food. 5. Jordan was very chatty and would stop working to tell me stories - something else I shouldn't be paying for. It got to the point where when he'd start doing that, I would walk toward the moving van to get him back to work. 6. Whenever they disassembled something, they would hand me the screws instead of screwing them back into the item. Now I have a bunch of fasteners and have no idea what they belong to. 7. A few days after the move, I found that they didn't remove the brackets from the back of the TV, which were supposed to be left with the TV mount at the old house. 8. They didn't pack the truck to the ceiling, which resulted in them not being able to fit everything in the truck. This was despite the fact that I had already moved all boxes and most small furniture, wall hangings, glass table tops and mirrors. I ended up going back to the old house 3 times to load and get possessions left behind in the driveway. 9. They told me they couldn't get/fit the lawn tool rack in the shed or the Rubbermaid deck box. I ended up disassembling the deck box myself and bringing it to the truck for them to load on top. I also disassembled the tool rack and took it and the tools myself. 10. When they were loading items from the garage and back patio, Derrick didn't know I was in the garage when I overheard him call some of my items "junk." I certainly did not appreciate that and didn't hire him for his opinion of my possessions. 11. They needed to move the refrigerator in my hold home out of the way so that they could swing the corner with a tall armoire. When they did so, they tore the vinyl flooring in this house I was closing the sale of the following day! 12. Now that I've been unpacking boxes and putting items on tables, shelves, etc., I'm noticing many scratches and dents that weren't there before. I had rented 12 furniture pads, gave them additional blankets when requested, and offered even more blankets if needed. Obviously, they didn't protect my furniture in an acceptable way. 13. And last but certainly not least, Derrick broke a support leg off my prize possession - an antique sideboard (see pictures attached). The screw on the bottom of the support leg on that side got stuck on a furniture blanket. Derrick kept pulling and pulling until the support leg broke off. Jordan, the "lead" mover, was on the other end of the piece. Inste
raymond S. on
I don't like how vehicle is checked in. Man went out to truck. Came back within 4 mins and said you are good to go. Never got a receipt that showed how many miles he recorded and what final bill is. I know I drove 44.1 miles. No idea what I was billed
Michael M. on
Great service !!