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Our 17ft moving truck rental is a great low cost option for 2-3 bedroom IN-Town moves. Rent a moving truck with U-Haul today and get the lowest price for a moving truck rental available online!

17ft moving truck rentals are perfect for:

  • Two bedroom houses
  • Larger apartment moves
  • Office relocation moves

Expanding the family? Have a lot of belongings? Our 17ft moving truck is perfect for you! The 17ft moving truck rentals are ideal for bigger apartments and 2-3 bedroom household moves. The mid-size box truck rental can accommodate your needs for local in-town truck rentals.

Our 17ft rental truck is equipped with the widest and shortest loading ramp, has a max load capacity of nearly 6,000 lbs and is ready to move your belongings with ease. This truck has disc brakes, gentle-ride suspension and even a fuel economy gauge to help you keep track of gas money. The 17ft rental truck has a low deck, making loading the rental truck 50 percent easier.

Many families renting one way moving trucks also choose to rent the tow dolly. The tow dolly is a quick, easy, and affordable solution to transporting your vehicle behind the rental truck.


  • Inside dimensions: 16'9" x 7'8" x 7'2" (LxWxH)
  • Mom's Attic: 2'6" x 7'8" x 2'7" (LxWxH)
  • Deck height: 2'10" Length: 14'3"
  • Door opening: 7'3" x 6'5" (WxH)
  • Loading ramp width: 2'2"


  • Fuel economy gauge
  • Air bags
  • Seats for 3 adults
  • Automatic transmission
  • Air conditioning
  • AM/FM radio
  • Gentle-Ride suspension
  • Disc brakes
  • Widest and shortest ramp
  • Hitch with 2" ball
  • Tie downs
  • Rub rails


  • Volume: 865 cu. ft.
  • Max load: 5,930 lbs.
  • Gross vehicle weight: 14,050 lbs. max.
  • Empty weight: 8,120 lbs.
  • Towing capacity: Up to 10,000 lbs.


  • Unleaded fuel.
  • Fuel tank capacity: 40 gal.
  • Miles per gallon: 10 mpg

All rental truck and trailer measurements are approximate. The equipment you receive may vary in size, based on the engineering/design specifications of multiple-production models.

The miles per gallon calculations are estimations for ideal driving circumstances. Many conditions can affect this number, including driving with a load, road grades, weather conditions and vehicle speed.