Moving Truck Rental in Penn Valley, CA at Penn Valley Mini Storage
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Pickups Small jobs
Cargo vans Small jobs
10' truck Studio/Apartment
15' truck Apartment up to 2 bedrooms
17' truck Home up to 2 bedrooms
20' truck Home 2 to 3 bedrooms
26' truck 4+ bedrooms
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Cargo vans and pickup truck rentals in Penn Valley, CA
U-Haul cargo van rentals and pickup trucks in Penn Valley, 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 Penn Valley CA 95946. 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
Susan G. on
This comment really has more to do with the equipment than the location, and with U-Haul as a company. The owners were very helpful overall. However, getting "upgraded" from a tow dolly to the auto transport was the biggest mistake ever. Four hours into my trip, the driver's side tire was smoking. Since it was behind me, I couldn't see it; fortunately, a passing driver flagged me down to stop. I called U-Haul's roadside "assistance" and was on hold for over 10 minutes. The repeating message was to go to their website for "faster service." I hung up and tried to do this, but when I reached the chat, the agent simply told me to call the 800 number. So I called again. After another 10 minutes on hold, I finally reached a representative. When I told her the problems--how the tire was warped and so hot it was melting--she said, "Sounds like the wheel bearings." Clearly this has been an issue before. I told her I was stuck in the middle of nowhere in 100 degree heat; she said she would get back to me within 30 minutes. After an hour of waiting with no call back, I called again. This time after being on hold, I was hung up on. Another attempt yielded another agent. She told me they were still trying to figure it out, but a tow truck driver should be there "soon." By the time the tow truck arrived arrived and took the tire off, the axle that connected the tire was so worn, he was amazed the tire had lasted as long as it did. The tire could have come off, caught fire, destroyed my car. Jim, an independent contractor for U-Haul, seemed to be the only one who knew anything in this whole experience. A picture of the inspection shows that the trailer hadn't been checked in over a year and who knows how many miles. Three hours in, U-Haul told me I'd have to drive over 30 miles in the reverse direction to get a tow dolly in Redding while Jim towed the trailer with my car still on it. Of course, it was left to me to go get it; they couldn't have the tow truck bring it to me as a replacement. Again, the U-Haul people in Redding were helpful, but it was now abundantly clear that the communication between corporate and the local stores was not only poor, but leaves the problems in the laps of the local owners. After five hours, I had equipment that worked well enough to get me to Washington, but lost valuable time and money; food spoiled sitting in the hot sun, wasted gas, and I had to spend money on a hotel, which I hadn't planned. And the problems didn't end there. Apparently, the Redding folks had only given me less than a day on the tow dolly, and it was expected the next morning in the Bellevue, WA store! The owner called me several times to ask how quickly I could bring it in. When I told her that I had rented the equipment for four days, she explained that the local offices were sent customers by corporate who were expecting equipment to be there waiting; it was up to the local companies to figure out how to get them what the corporate representative
cathy m. on
clean well maintained vehicle, efficient and friendly service
Craig Z. on
The best place I've ever rented U-HAUL from! Nice folks, easy coming and going, easy to deal with!
Brooke C. on
Great customer service! If anyone understands the ups and downs of moving it's uhaul. Thank you for being a company I have always depended on for a move.
Virginia G. on
The time of closing was confusing however the person their was still very helpful and informed me how to do an after hours drop. She was very friendly and knowledgable.
david f. on
erin a. on
Nothing against the pick-up location, but they did not receive pricing information that they should have had from corporate/sales. We had been quoted a different price for the Safe Move coverage and told that the pickup location would have that information and they did not. We ended up paying more than we had expected, which was VERY frustrating on an already stressful day.
Steve K. on
my only complaint is the gas tank was only 3/4 full when i picked it up,and i had to return to the facility to point it out.They then corrected the paperwork.