Moving Truck Rental in Mojave, CA at Mojave Storage

Moving to or from Mojave CA 93501? Get FREE truck rental rate quotes at Mojave Storage. U-Haul rental trucks are specifically engineered from the ground up to assist moving families, not freight. Our moving trucks have more safety features than other moving trucks in the industry including gentle ride suspension and high visibility mirrors to assist the driver. Whether you are moving a smaller apartment or a large four-bedroom house, U-Haul truck rentals in Mojave, CA will provide you with the moving truck rental you need to get from point A to point B. Find the perfect size moving truck to assist with your move, U-Haul is home of the $19.95 rental truck!

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Simply click on each moving truck shown above to view individual truck specs including: safety features, towing capacity, fuel economy and of course, the available space-per-truck size. Each rental truck is individually priced to help save you money, time and energy on your move to or from Mojave, CA.

Cargo vans and pickup truck rentals in Mojave, CA

U-Haul cargo van rentals and pickup trucks in Mojave, 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 Mojave CA 93501. Our moving van rentals include air conditioning, rub rails to protect your belongings and come equipped with a hitch to tow a trailer rental. U-Haul is the home of the $19.95 cargo van rental in Mojave, CA, reserve a van for your moving needs from Mojave Storage!

$19.95 Pickup truck and cargo van rentals

Features

  • Interior rub rails in cargo vans
  • Automatic transmission
  • Air conditioning
  • Gentle-Ride suspension
  • Fuel-efficient V-8
  • SRS/air bags

Customer Reviews

Jeff E. on

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The Uhaul franchise managers at this location were the best. They accommodated our needs in a timely fashion and helped us get on our way. Received the best customer service! Thank you.

Robert C. on

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Pick up was a smooth process, the truck was waiting and the attending gal got me squared away and on the road in quick fashion.

aldonna s. on

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Offer discounts or incentives like free dolly with large truck or couple of moving blankets for long distances. Senior discounts would be great for those on fixed incomes. Just a thought :)

Edward E. on

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The main person at this location was more then helpful. She read the notes about our hardships and when I called her, she offered to come to were we were to help open the door (Wilda Kier - who actually paid for this damaged equipment, could no longer open the door because of the back strain she suffered having to open it before). So the person from this local Uhaul came out and helped us open the door. And she gave us another day to turn in the truck specifically because of the problems with the truck directly caused us to be late by a day.

Richard A. on

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The guy was nice enough but forgot to screw the hitch down to the ball. I'm lucky I asked him if he tightened it or it wouldn't have taken long for the trailer to dislodge from my hitch and possibly damage my brand new truck or something else.

Anthony H. on

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My Recent Experience with U-Haul was completely distasteful, utterly stressful to the point of becoming a health hazard, irresponsible on the part of U-Haul, total lack of integrity on the part of proper notification of lack of inventory and downright disrespectful toward honest customer service in regard to what amounts to one of the most stressful events a person will endure in their lifetime. Moving a three bedroom house alone is stressful enough until your moving rental company calls you up the day before the move…. Let me reiterate this…. THE DAY BEFORE THE MOVE, and informs you that there are NO LARGE Trucks in your area. Not that you are not getting the 26’ truck you ordered or the 20’ truck you had originally asked for but NO large trucks within a 50 mile radius of your location. So let me put this into perspective for you. I work for Virgin Galactic in Mojave CA (the middle of the desert) and recently had a baby (4.5 months old now) which prompted a move out of the desert and to Pasadena, CA. My wife and I relocated to San Francisco, CA where we have been living for the past 6 weeks with our newborn while staying with her parents. We recently closed on a house in Pasadena CA and to save money I decided to pack the house up myself using U-Haul as our moving rental provider. I reserved a 20’ truck two weeks prior to the move then changed the order to a 26’ truck three days before the move with no indication that there was a shortage of inventory or that there would be problems with the order. Instead I got order confirmations both times that everything was okay. I drove to Mojave from San Francisco to pack up the house while also working during the day for Virgin Galactic as a stress engineer. Then on the day before the move (Friday October 7, 2016) U-Haul called me up and dropped the no truck bomb on me. I had planned the move so that I would have movers over at 10:00 am on Saturday October 8, 2016 where I had paid for 2 hours of loading service. The movers were then going to meet me in Pasadena at 2:00 pm (where I was also going to meet the Owner of the house we closed on). U-Haul offered me two 15’ trucks for $70.00 each. I asked for an extra day and 50 extra miles on each truck due to the uncertainty of how I was going to drive 2 trucks by myself. You have no idea how badly this screwed up my moving plans. I spent nearly 4 hours searching for a second driver (time I should have spent packing to be ready for the movers on Saturday). Because of the change to my order I had to try and find another driver, pay more for the movers because it took them longer to load two trucks, couldn’t find another driver so I had to drive one truck to Pasadena, let the movers unload it then I drove the unloaded truck back to Mojave to get the other loaded truck, which I then drove to Pasadena. Due to the extra driving the movers had to wait for me in Pasadena and I was charged more for their time and I had to pay extra for the additional gas. Be

ANTHONY H. on

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My Recent Experience with U-Haul was completely distasteful, utterly stressful to the point of becoming a health hazard, irresponsible on the part of U-Haul, total lack of integrity on the part of proper notification of lack of inventory and downright disrespectful toward honest customer service in regard to what amounts to one of the most stressful events a person will endure in their lifetime. Moving a three bedroom house alone is stressful enough until your moving rental company calls you up the day before the move…. Let me reiterate this…. THE DAY BEFORE THE MOVE, and informs you that there are NO LARGE Trucks in your area. Not that you are not getting the 26’ truck you ordered or the 20’ truck you had originally asked for but NO large trucks within a 50 mile radius of your location. So let me put this into perspective for you. I work for Virgin Galactic in Mojave CA (the middle of the desert) and recently had a baby (4.5 months old now) which prompted a move out of the desert and to Pasadena, CA. My wife and I relocated to San Francisco, CA where we have been living for the past 6 weeks with our newborn while staying with her parents. We recently closed on a house in Pasadena CA and to save money I decided to pack the house up myself using U-Haul as our moving rental provider. I reserved a 20’ truck two weeks prior to the move then changed the order to a 26’ truck three days before the move with no indication that there was a shortage of inventory or that there would be problems with the order. Instead I got order confirmations both times that everything was okay. I drove to Mojave from San Francisco to pack up the house while also working during the day for Virgin Galactic as a stress engineer. Then on the day before the move (Friday October 7, 2016) U-Haul called me up and dropped the no truck bomb on me. I had planned the move so that I would have movers over at 10:00 am on Saturday October 8, 2016 where I had paid for 2 hours of loading service. The movers were then going to meet me in Pasadena at 2:00 pm (where I was also going to meet the Owner of the house we closed on). U-Haul offered me two 15’ trucks for $70.00 each. I asked for an extra day and 50 extra miles on each truck due to the uncertainty of how I was going to drive 2 trucks by myself. You have no idea how badly this screwed up my moving plans. I spent nearly 4 hours searching for a second driver (time I should have spent packing to be ready for the movers on Saturday). Because of the change to my order I had to try and find another driver, pay more for the movers because it took them longer to load two trucks, couldn’t find another driver so I had to drive one truck to Pasadena, let the movers unload it then I drove the unloaded truck back to Mojave to get the other loaded truck, which I then drove to Pasadena. Due to the extra driving the movers had to wait for me in Pasadena and I was charged more for their time and I had to pay extra for the additional gas. Be