Vancouver Moving Truck Rental
If you need to rent a moving truck for your next move, we’ve got you covered. West Coast Self-Storage of Vancouver is a certified U Haul Neighborhood Dealer, which means we have a selection of vans and trucks that are available to rent directly from our storage facility. If there is a size moving van or truck that we don’t have at our facility, we can reserve your moving vehicle for pickup at the U Haul center nearest you.
Moving Truck Safety
U Haul trucks are equipped with more safety features than other moving trucks you can rent. The moving trucks come with high-visibility mirrors to give you increased command of your surroundings while you drive. The trucks have been built with advanced suspensions to offer a gentle ride, which lessens the chances of your items being broken in transport. The moving trucks also feature EZ-Load Ramps ® and a fuel economy gauge. Plus, U Haul offers 24-hour roadside assistance if you encounter any problems while using the U Haul moving truck.
Truck Rental Near Mill Plain, Cascade Park, Fisher’s Landing and Bennington
We’re conveniently located at 501 SE 164th Ave in East Vancouver, Washington. We’re just north of Mill Plain Blvd.
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West Coast Self-Storage of Vancouver
501 SE 164th
Vancouver, WA 98684
Ph. (360) 256-6999
Moving Truck Rental Tips
Get the Right Size
The first step in renting a moving truck is determining the correct size of truck or van that you’ll need. If are you moving only a small number of items, you’ll want to rent a pickup or van. If you’ve got a studio or small 1-bedroom apartment or condo, a 10’ foot truck should suffice. If you’ve got a larger, 2-bedroom apartment, a 15’ foot truck will most likely work for you. For 2-and 3-bedroom homes, you’ll want to think about renting either a 17’ or 20’ foot truck. For larger homes with 3-4 bedrooms, consider renting the largest 26’ foot moving truck.
Plan Your Day
You’ll want to plan out how you load your moving truck in order to ensure that you’ve maximized the space and minimized shifting while on the road. We recommend using a layering approach where you put heavier items such as furniture and appliances on the lower layers, followed by boxes and small items on top. Be sure to secure these layers with rope to prevent movement and breakage.