Moving Truck Rental in Troy, NY at M & Sons Auto Repair
Moving to or from Troy NY 12180? Get FREE truck rental rate quotes at M & Sons Auto Repair.
Get FREE moving truck, pickup truck and cargo van rental quotes at M & Sons Auto Repair
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 Troy, NY.
Cargo vans and pickup truck rentals in Troy, NY
U-Haul cargo van rentals and pickup trucks in Troy, NY 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 Troy NY 12180. 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
eric z. on
I had the truck for one day and was charged for two days. I was charged a cleaning fee even though I made sure the truck was clean when I dropped it off. I called customer service and the representative I spoke to said there was no picture attached to the file like there should have been, so I know the fee was bogus. It has been a major hassle trying to get this sorted out.
Robert A. on
I got the truck with less than 3/8 ths of a tank of gas. It is difficult to gauge how much fuel to add when the tank is this empty. If a U-Haul store is going to charge a previous customer for lack of fuel, the tank ought to be filled up eliminating any confusion with how much needs to be added. The truck ended up with a rather significant surplus of fuel when returned.