Our 17ft moving truck rental is a great low cost option for 2-3 bedroom moves. Rent a moving truck with U-Haul today and get the lowest price for a moving truck rental available online!
17ft moving truck rentals are perfect for:
- Two bedroom houses
- Larger apartment moves
- Office relocation moves
Expanding the family? Have a lot of belongings? Our 17ft moving truck is perfect for you! The 17ft moving truck rentals are ideal for bigger apartments and 2-3 bedroom household moves. The mid-size box truck rental can accommodate your needs for both local in-town truck rentals and one-way moving truck rentals.
Our 17ft rental truck is equipped with the widest and shortest loading ramp, has a max load capacity of nearly 6,000 lbs and is ready to move your belongings with ease. This truck has disc brakes, gentle-ride suspension and even a fuel economy gauge to help you keep track of gas money. The 17ft rental truck has a low deck, making loading the rental truck 50 percent easier.
Many families renting one way moving trucks choose also to rent the tow dolly trailer which will tow your car behind the rental truck; a quick, easy, and affordable solution to transporting your vehicle.
- Inside dimensions: 16’9″ x 7’8″ x 7’2″ (LxWxH)
- Mom’s Attic: 2’6″ x 7’8″ x 2’7″ (LxWxH)
- Deck height: 2’10”
- Door opening: 7’3″ x 6’5″ (WxH)
- Loading ramp width: 2’2″
- Fuel economy gauge
- Air bags
- Seats for 3 adults
- Automatic transmission
- Air conditioning
- AM/FM radio
- Gentle-Ride suspension
- Disc brakes
- Widest and shortest ramp
- Hitch with 2″ ball
- Tie downs
- Rub rails
- Volume: 865 cu. ft.
- Max load: 5,930 lbs.
- Gross vehicle weight: 14,050 lbs. max.
- Empty weight: 8,120 lbs.
- Towing capacity: Up to 10,000 lbs.
- Unleaded fuel.
- Fuel tank capacity: 40 gal.
- Miles per gallon: 10 mpg
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.