The 24ft moving truck rentals are ideal for larger bedroom apartments or 3-4 bedroom home moves. Many families lean toward bigger box trucks and our 24ft trucks are very popular among growing families; they are also equipped with a towing package to tow your vehicle with ease.
The 24ft moving truck rental is perfect for:
- 3-4 bedroom houses
- Large apartment moves
- In-town moves
Our 24ft moving truck is perfect for 3-4 bedroom household moves. A recently added feature is the fuel economy gauge which shows fuel efficiency of the trucks to help track the driver’s foot-to-gas pressure – keeping the meter in the green will help the gas burn cleaner and more efficient for the environment. This popular truck rental has a large box, rub rails and can load up to 6,500 lbs. The extra storage space above the cab, the Mom’s Attic® allows for more than 60 cubic feet extra of storage space!
Equipped with disc brakes, gentle-ride suspension and cab seating for three adults, the 24ft truck rental is perfect for household moves. A few more notable features of the 24ft moving truck rental is that it includes a loading ramp more than 2.5 feet wide attached to the low deck, which makes it 50 percent easier to load and unload. Other rental truck companies offer freight type moving trucks with loading decks a full foot and a half higher than U-Haul trucks.
Moving a 2-3 bedroom household can be a challenge and you may need some help. If you need moving help, we have you covered. U-Haul has teamed up with hundreds of quality moving companies throughout the nation to provide you with moving services to save time and possibly avoid self-injury. Don’t worry about loading and unloading, you simply pack your belongings and our Moving Help® will take care of the rest.
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.