Truck rental companies like U-Haul offer a wide variety of vehicle sizes to meet customer needs. If a person is looking to move out of a studio apartment they probably only need a smaller truck. Typically, truck rental providers have a chart that correlates the square footage of your old apartment to a certain sized truck. With this chart in mind, movers should consider taking a truck that is a step up from the one approved by the truck rental company. This way, there is room for those helping in the move to navigate around boxes and furniture. As well, it avoids the awkward problem of not getting all of your possessions out in one trip.
Aside from the stress created by finding space for all of your possessions, there is also a financial stress that comes with all of the miles and gallons of gas used to drive back and forth during a move. Truck rentals alleviate that stress by offering low rental prices, a certain amount of included mileage with the rental price, and it saves on mileage on your vehicle. Renting a truck for your business or residential move gives a sense of assurance to those moving that they will be able to get from one place to another without leaving valuable possessions behind.