Answered by Staff WriterOctober 17, 2019
It all depends on the type of your move (local or one-way). If you rent a truck for your local move, you need to return it to the same company from which you have rented it. But if you’re moving long-distance, you have to return the truck to a different location, where you may be charged a higher rate. However, the ultimate cost of your rental truck depends on a variety of factors getting the best deal requires thorough research and knowing the right questions to ask the truck rental company.
To avoid getting charged on such additional costs, many truck rentals like U-Haul, Budget, and Penske providess you the option of returning the truck near your destination. So, if you are planning to make a roundtrip rather than a one-way journey, find your nearest rental location to return your truck to save money.