U-Haul rents pickup trucks, cargo vans, 10-foot long moving trucks, 15-foot long moving trucks and 17-foot long moving trucks. The company also offers moving trucks in 20-foot, 24-foot and 26-foot sizes. Pickup trucks and cargo vans are recommended by U-Haul for small jobs, while a 10-foot truck can hold the contents of a studio or small apartment. The 15-foot truck holds the contents of a two-bedroom apartment.
U-Haul recommends a 17-foot truck for moving the contents of a house up to two bedrooms and a 20-foot truck for a home between two- and three-bedrooms in size. A 24-foot truck is recommended for moving the contents of a three- or four-bedroom home, and a 26-foot truck is recommended for moving the contents of larger homes.
U-Haul trucks feature low decks and wide ramps for easy loading, and a space above the cab of the truck to keep fragile items separated from the other cargo. All U-Haul trucks feature a gentle ride suspension system to cushion the ride and rub rails on the insides of moving vans to help tie down belongings and prevent them from hitting the side of the truck. All trucks also have towing capacity. U-Haul truck rentals have 24-hour roadside assistance. All U-Haul trucks run on unleaded gasoline.