Moving Truck Rental in Princeton, WV at Frontline Total Auto Care
Moving to or from Princeton WV 24740? Get FREE truck rental rate quotes at Frontline Total Auto Care.
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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
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 Princeton, WV.
Cargo vans and pickup truck rentals in Princeton, WV
U-Haul cargo van rentals and pickup trucks in Princeton, WV 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 Princeton WV 24740. 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
KRYSTIN A. on
Had a great experience!
Jennifer Z. on
I filled the tank and when I parked it it said 3/4 full then I got charged for gas because the fuel g
david m. on
Very friendly. And helpful
KATHRYN T. on
It was cleaned and i got charged a cleaning fee not happy
WILLIAM M. on
No problems at all. Truck was just as advertised, and location and the owner's service were just perfect for our needs.
BEN D. on
JOHN H. on
it wasn't Frontline or VGA fault. The trailer was from I think 1980 or so. the main company should have taken it off the road. thanks for the service Frontline and VGA.
Scott R. on
Nothing. Totally professional. Had a wiring problem with my vehicle, Frontline being a mechanics shop, was able to make a repair and get me on the road. A+++++++++++ service
Steven D. on
Truck wasn’t swept out in back. Also the appliance dolly was not in truck. No pre trip inspection with me was not done for any damages to truck
Johnny T. on
I had to drive nearly 60 miles to pick up my truck. Uhaul did give me an extra 60 miles though. Other than this inconvenience of going out of my way, it was a good thing
Dianna k. on
We originally rented the truck at A location at the bottom of the hill from where we were staying which was perfect. At the last minute I received a phone call stating I would have to come 20 minutes out of my wayto pick up my truck , Making me have to go up there and then back which put me almost an hour behind my schedule. Then they asked me if I would go 20 minutes out of my way on my other in to return the truck to a destination I had not planned. They said they would knock $50 off the bill but after gas and mileage that was no discount for me it was just an inconvenience which really irritated me. Expected they would at least throw in a dolly for my inconvenience but they charged me $12 for the dolly as well. Upon arrival my truck was two lots down I had to walk across the highway to pick it up. It was 20 minutes out of my waywhich through my whole schedule because I had paid packing people waiting for the truck to load it up. I am paying these people by the hour so it cost me extra money there as well not only the extra mileage and gas to go out of my way to pick this truck up at a location I had not agreed uponI was an hour late getting to my location where everyone was waiting for me. When we tried to pull the ramp down we found that it was broken so my husband spent another hour trying to get the ramp to release so that we could use it because we had a 20 foot truck which had about a 3 foot drop which would've been impossible to get the heavy furniture in without the ramp. When we tried to pull the ramp down we found that it was broken so my husband spent another hour trying to get the ramp to release so that we could use it because we had a 20 foot truck which had about a 3 foot drop which would've been impossible to get the heavy furniture in without the ramp.The truck ran good and all of my furniture fit and we had no problem coming over mountains but I just feel that I was inconvenienced and not even remotely compensated for my inconvenience.
William S. on