Truck Rental Details

Truck Rental Details

What age do I have to be when renting a U-Haul equipment?

You must be at least 16 years of age to rent a trailer and 18 years of age to rent a truck.

What are driver's license requirements?

Driver's License. You must have a valid driver's license. You do not need a special driver's license and any of the following will qualify. One of the 50 states, military driver's license, District of Columbia, Canadian Province, International or from a foreign country.

Do I need a credit card to reserve or rent equipment?

You need a credit card to make a reservation and paying for a rental (select locations may accept cash-check with the manager). UHaul accepts American Express, Discover, MasterCard and Visa. You may use a debit card with either a MasterCard or Visa logo.

Do I have to pay a deposit when renting a U-Haul truck?

The total estimated charges for your rental are due when you pick up your equipment. Payment can be made by credit card, debit card or cash.

No deposit is required if paying by major credit card, or debit card with a major credit card logo. If paying by cash, the following is due when you pick up your equipment.

In-Town truck: $100 or estimated rental charges (whichever is greater). One-Way truck: $100 plus rental rate. Cash is accepted for Pickup and Van rentals, however, a valid credit or debit card with a major credit card logo will also need to be presented in the name of the renter.

Why is there a hold on my credit card and why does it take 3-5 business days to be removed?

This "hold" amount will be released within 3 to 5 business days, depending on your financial institution. You may check with your credit card institution regarding how long it will take them to release the "hold" on your funds.

When renting, you were informed of the following:

"Your credit card is being authorized for $XX. Available funds on your credit card or bank account will be reduced by this amount. Actual charges to your credit card will be determined when you return the equipment."