Moving Truck Rentals

We’ll help you rent the perfect truck

Find A Rental Truck

Right Move has the truck for you

Whether you’re storing your treasured belongings or moving to a new home, we will assist you in renting a moving truck. 

Our trucks offer more safety features than any other truck in the industry, including gentle ride suspension and high visibility mirrors to assist the driver. 

The moving trucks we rent out are uniquely designed for household or small business moving. 

These trucks are designed with a host of special options that make them easy to load, comfortable to drive, and fuel-efficient. We offer 10ft, 15ft, 17ft, 20ft, and 26ft trucks.

Comfortable and Easy

Cheaper, quieter, and more comfortable trucks

Patented high-visibility mirrors and large cabs keep your well-being and comfort in mind. 

Pickup trucks and moving trucks fifteen feet and larger have seat belts for three. 

Cargo vans and ten-foot trucks have comfortable bucket seats with seat belts for two. 

All trucks use unleaded fuel, which is three times more convenient than diesel and better for the environment.

The Convenience You Deserve

Our trucks are designed to make loading, securing, and unloading your belongings as easy as possible.

  • Truck decks are as low to the ground as possible
  • Wide, sturdy loading ramps (on 15ft+ trucks)
  • Rub rails on all three walls to secure furniture
  • Storage space above the cab for fragile items

Moving Truck Tips

Here are some tips to get you started on your journey!

Stopping a Large Vehicle

Box trucks are heavy vehicles, especially when fully loaded. 

It will take longer to stop than in a car, so allow at least 4 seconds between you and the vehicle in front of you (5 seconds in adverse weather).

Passing Other Vehicles

You’ll need more time and distance to pass because a truck is longer than the average vehicle. 

Take your time, and don’t pass on hills or curves.

Dealing with Hills
  • Shift into lower gears when driving uphill to prevent jerking due to engine lugging.
  • Before going downhill, slow down and shift into a lower gear to allow the engine to control your speed. 
  • Do not ride the brakes on a steep grade.
  • Avoid parking on steep inclines. The parking brake may not hold, and the bumper may drag or get stuck.
Handling Tricky Situations
  • If your truck moves off the paved roadway, don’t panic, don’t turn sharply, and don’t apply the brakes. Slow down to below 25 mph and make your way gradually back to the road.
  • When turning at a sharp corner, drive slightly past the corner or make a wider turn than you would in a car.
How to Use the Loading Ramp
  • Open the rear door of the truck.
  • Push down on the latch that keeps the ramp securely under the truck and pull the ramp out slightly.
  • Use the straps on the end of the ramp to slowly and carefully pull the ramp out until it is fully extended.
  • Gently set the ramp on the ground.
  • Grab both sides of the ramp near the rear of the truck and lift up. You will see two hooks.  Place these hooks over the slots on the truck deck to secure the ramp in the loading position.

Our Locations Near You