Moving Truck Rental in Burbank, CA at Neighborhood Market
Moving to or from Burbank CA 91504? Get FREE truck rental rate quotes at Neighborhood Market.
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Pickups Small jobs
Cargo vans Small jobs
10' truck Studio to
1 Bedroom Apt.
15' truck 1 Bedroom Home
to 2 Bedroom Apt.
17' truck Home up to 2 bedrooms
20' truck 2 Bedroom Home
to 3 Bedroom Apt.
26' truck 3 Bedroom Home
to 4 Bedroom Home
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Cargo vans and pickup truck rentals in Burbank, CA
U-Haul cargo van rentals and pickup trucks in Burbank, CA are perfect for home improvement projects, deliveries and other small loads. Rent cargo vans or pickups to save money on local moving or deliveries. Cargo van and pickup truck rentals are popular with local business, college students and smaller housing moves in Burbank CA 91504. Our moving van rentals include air conditioning, rub rails to protect your belongings and come equipped with a hitch to tow a trailer rental.
- Interior rub rails in cargo vans
- Automatic transmission
- Air conditioning
- Gentle-Ride suspension
- Fuel-efficient V-8
- SRS/air bags
Janan F. on
The gas tank was only 1/4 full. And the truck's tank was defective. The gas pump automatically shut off everyrime I tried to put more gas in the truck. There was barely enough fuel to finish the job and the defective pump wouldn't accept aby more gas.
Gregory L. on
The people running this location are incompetent, can barely speak English, and have horrible customer service. This location is, basically, a seedy liquor store that happens to handle U-Haul rentals. When I came to pick up my truck, I had to wait approximately 30 minutes for the cashier to make multiple phone calls to the store owner because she couldn't connect a USB credit card reader to her tablet device to process my deposit payment. Then, when I was taken to the truck, I found it had been literally parked into the branches of a tree - which caused scratches on the truck. The cashier then tried to rush me through the truck inspection, and ignored the scratches on the truck in the process. The truck itself had several quirks and flaws which made it difficult to drive and operate. The transmission slipped out of gear when shifting and would go from Park to Neutral while skipping Reverse - making turning and backing maneuvers much more time-consuming and stressful as I was frequently stuck with the truck (usually blocking a roadway) while I tried to get the temperamental thing into Reverse gear. The parking brake release handle somehow ended up behind the plastic dashboard housing, so when you released the parking brake, the handle would hit that plastic housing and prevent the brake release from fully extending - leaving the parking brake partially-engaged until one fiddled with the plastic housing and cleared the path for the brake release handle. Finally, the ignition switch was also quirky and would not release the key unless it was in a very particular alignment - usually after being retracted beyond the Off position and them pushed forward slightly. It's hard to believe this truck only had 17,000 miles on it since it drove like it had 117,000! Returning the truck was another nightmare as I was dealing with the English-challenged Sunday afternoon clerk. He had no idea what he was doing, what I was saying to him about returning the dolly and blanket I'd also rented, and was content to accept the keys to the truck and let me leave without checking the mileage, gas level, check the dolly / blankets, or do any kind of check-in or inspection. He didn't understand what I was saying when I asked him about these things and placed a call to the owner so I could tell the owner my questions and have them translated. Then he started taking other customers and ringing up their store purchases - while I stood there waiting for him to do something! He was more interested in selling alcohol, cigarettes, and lottery tickets than he was in checking in my truck. Then, once we finally DID inspect the truck, he didn't know how to operate a manual door lock or the latch on the truck itself, so I had to lock and close up the truck for him! I spent about 35-40 minutes waiting for this buffoon to fumble his way through the check-in process and left without receiving any paperwork or documentation acknowledging the return ever happened! I cannot recommend