U-Haul does not offer flatbed trailers for rent, as of April 2015. It does offer several different sizes and varieties of trailers, including cargo trailers, utility trailers and vehicle trailers. More »

Light-duty trailers, such as those that occasionally carry one piece of equipment, usually go from 4 feet wide by 6 feet long up to 5 feet wide by 8 feet long for smaller sizes. Small trailers haul less weight than other... More »

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U-Haul does not currently sell used utility trailers. Sometimes used U-Haul utility trailers may be listed in newspapers or on Ebay and Craigslist, but buyers should yield caution since U-Haul does not officially sell th... More »

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 an... More »

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U-Haul does sell its used tow dollies. The U-Haul website only offers tow dolly tie down chains, chain assembly tie downs and lamp assemblies for approximately between $4 and $36. More »

Moving companies such as U-Haul often offer various sizes of trailers for rent. Some local car companies might also offer trailers as well, although most major brands only focus on car rentals. More »

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Car-hauling trailers are available for rent from hauling companies such as U-Haul and Penske, any day of the week including weekends. Reservations need to be made in advance for renting hauling equipment, and both compan... More »

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