Truck Rental

Truck Rental Quotes in Vermont

If you are planning on moving yourself, you will need helpful options in moving truck rental companies in Vermont. This is something that provides an affordable and quick alternative to hiring professionals to pack up your belongings for you, but you do need to be comfortable with driving a rental truck.

Start out by getting a number of quotes from VT movers. This will give you a clear idea through free moving estimates of how much you will need to spend on a truck. It’s also important to know exactly how much you plan on packing. If you have a small apartment that is one room, you will obviously need a much smaller Vermont rental truck, at around 10 feet. However, if you have a much larger home with up to eight rooms, you could need one of the biggest choices in a truck at up to 24 feet.

Either way, it is important to understand what you will need to transport.

Another thing to take into consideration is whether or not you will want to take your appliances with you. This is something that your Vermont mover will ask you because they need to know whether or not they will be moving your refrigerator, washer and dryer, and stove. When many people buy a new home, they don’t often take their stove or refrigerator with them if the appliances are in the new home.

This is something that you need to know because it could be quite a hassle to try to move a refrigerator or stove to a different place. Besides, if your refrigerator or stove is old, you may just want to consider leaving it in your old home and purchasing new ones. These are important things to think about that will save you money if you don’t need to take something with you in a relocation.

One other thing that VT moving companies advise is to have a rummage sale or garage sale if you can. You have to think about the fact that you will be paying for whatever items you choose to move in the rental truck, so if you can get rid of furniture you don’t use, extra clothing, or your children’s toys, then you won’t have to worry about paying for a larger size of truck. The bottom line is to organize, streamline, and try to get rid of as much as you can that you no longer use. It’s interesting to find that so many people keep more items than they need to, which becomes painfully apparent when you are trying to move. In fact, you may have a garage full of old furniture or electronics that no longer works, so why are you keeping them around? Donating items to charity or selling them will help get rid of excess so that you can move even more quickly.

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Cargo Moving Van 10' Moving Truck 16' Moving Truck 24' Moving Truck
Capacity 1-2 rooms 1-2 rooms 3-4 rooms 5-8 rooms
Cubic Feet 309 380 800 1,380
Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW) 7,200 lbs. 8,600 lbs. 11,500 lbs. 25,500 lbs.
Payload Weight 2,200 lbs. 3,100 lbs. 3,400 lbs. 12,000 lbs.
Clearance 8 6″ 9 0″ 11 6″ 13 6″
Interior (Length)
5 0″
4 4″
6 3″
6 0″
15 7″
7 5″
6 5″
7 5″
7 5″
Rear Door (Height)
4 0″
4 6″
5 5″
5 9″
6 5″
7 3″
7 0″
7 3″
Load Ramp Width NA NA 2 3″ 2 4″
Load Ramps    
Air Conditioning
Automatic Transmission
Power Steering
Power Brakes
AM/FM Stereo
No Wheel Wells  
Dual Faced Mirrors  
Tie Down Slats  
Seat Belts / Seats 2 2 2 3
Fuel Tank 35 Gallon 35 Gallon 35 Gallon 55 Gallon
Lift-gate     Business use only Business use only