The second smallest box truck rental, our 15ft moving truck rentals, are great for 1-2 bedroom house and apartment moves. The 15ft truck rentals have cab seating for three, and have low loading decks which make loading 50 percent easier. Plus, all rental trucks have a ready-to-go towing package!

15 foot moving truck rentals are perfect for:

  • 2 Bedroom apartments
  • Smaller houses
  • Towing a trailer

Instruction manual

How to deploy a U-Haul truck loading ramp

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15ft truck rentals are perfect for apartment moves and even two bedroom household one-way moves. Individuals upgrading from a 1-2 bedroom apartment generally rent our 15ft moving truck as it has just the right amount of loading capacity. U-Haul offers truck rentals for both one-way and in-town for local moves, so get packing and let U-Haul help you move!

Our 15ft moving truck is equipped with a 2’2” wide loading ramp and a Mom’s Attic for extra storage space and can load more than 6,100 lbs. (TIP: Many use Mom’s Attic to store fragile items away from less fragile belongings.) The rental truck cabs are also set up with seating space for three adults, air conditioning, air bags and gentle-ride suspension. Other moving truck rental companies just don’t compare. Rent a truck today – we make Moving Made Easier®.


  • Inside dimensions: 15' x 7'8" x 7'2" (LxWxH)
  • Mom's Attic: 2'6" x 7'8" x 2'7" (LxWxH)
  • Deck height: 2'9" Length: 12'5"
  • Door opening: 7'3" x 6'5" (WxH)
  • Loading ramp width: 2'2"


  • Fuel economy gauge
  • Air bags
  • Seats 3 for adults
  • Automatic transmission
  • Air conditioning
  • AM/FM radio
  • Gentle-Ride suspension
  • Disc brakes
  • 2'10" Low Deck
  • Hitch with 2" ball accepts up to 2 5/16"
  • Tie downs
  • Rub rails


  • Volume: 763 cu. ft.
  • Max load: 6,385 lbs.
  • Gross vehicle weight: 14,500 lbs. max.
  • Empty weight: 8,115 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.

Loading and driving tips

How to Estimate How Much Fuel is Needed Before Returning a Moving Truck

Easily refuel your moving truck before returning it, using the fuel estimator on your rental contract. Learn how to do this with this quick and simple video.

How to effectively load your U-Haul truck

Learn how to pack your truck to maximize space and keep your furniture safe.