Whether you’re making a move to a big city like Denver, or simply hauling away some unwanted items, it helps to have a large vehicle on hand that can help with towing. Of course, you don’t necessarily need to own a vehicle when there are several car rental companies that cater to your towing needs. Here are a few businesses that can help you out.
Founded in 1945, U-Haul is a moving and storage company that has over 20,000 locations in the United States and Canada. The brand is so popular that sometimes people use the term “U-Haul” to refer to any moving truck. U-Haul also offers customers a rare deal – you can tow one of its trailers behind your personal vehicle, or you can choose to connect your own trailer to one of its vehicles. U-Haul trailers will connect with most cars, but you’ll want to research some basic information, such as your vehicle’s hitch system rating.
Instead of handling your own towing, you can also find local professionals who’ll take care of the job for you. For example, McLain’s Towing is one such business that has been serving the Denver area since 1960. Relying on a towing service is especially useful if you’re on a tight deadline and don’t have anyone else to help you out.
Budget Truck Rental
Founded in 1998, Budget Truck Rental doesn’t quite match U-Haul in business scale, but it’s still a popular and reliable service. Although its headquarters are in New Jersey, you’ll find its businesses across the country, complete with a fleet of 27,000 trucks. You can choose to add a car carrier or tow dolly to your rented truck, but you cannot rent those accessories separately.
Penske Truck Rental
Founded in 1969 by Roger Penske, Penske Truck Leasing is a Pennsylvania-based company that has a nationwide presence. When you rent a truck from this company, you can also add on a tow dolly or car carrier. However, just like with Budget Truck Rental, you can only use those towing accessories with a truck rented from the company.
Enterprise Truck Rental
Enterprise Truck Rental surfaced in 1999, offering customers rental vehicles in multiple states. Enterprise allows you to hitch a towing accessory on some of their rental pickup trucks, including the Ford F250 and F350, Chevrolet Silverado 2500 and 3500, and Ram 2500 and 3500. Unlike the other options on this list, Enterprise doesn’t actually offer any trailers. You’ll have to provide your own equipment.