uHaul Trailer capped at 5 days?

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uHaul Trailer capped at 5 days?

Post by iPunkin » Wed Jun 06, 2018 1:02 pm

I'm trying to book our uHaul online, but I can't book it for anything longer than 5 days. This is for a 6' x 12' Utility Trailer from Salt Lake City. Anyone else having this issue?
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Re: uHaul Trailer capped at 5 days?

Post by Ratty » Wed Jun 06, 2018 2:23 pm

Nope. I went online and made up a truck to rent your same trailer. I get 14 days on all the trailers I checked. Concord California.
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Re: uHaul Trailer capped at 5 days?

Post by Zubeneschamali » Fri Jun 08, 2018 12:42 pm

Yeah, same here, California and 14 days. No problem reserving online.

Hint - call the actual location after you get online confirmation. Give them a week or so but talk to a person at a desk in an building at that U Haul yard. They'll tell you whats the real deal.

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Re: uHaul Trailer capped at 5 days?

Post by trilobyte » Fri Jun 08, 2018 1:18 pm

With any rental provider, when in doubt (or when the web interface doesn't display an option), call the number and speak to a human. In most cases they can help get things resolved for you.

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