Moving resources

At Plantation Budget Truck Rental, we can help you move across town or across the United States, Canada (although you must bring the truck back to the United States).

Which truck do I need to rent?

Because most people don’t rent trucks very often, knowing which size you need can be confusing. Below is a guide to help you decide. Whatever you choose, you should review this form, which you can print out or send to your car insurance company. That will help you decide what insurance you might need to provide.

Our 12-foot truck is our smallest. It’s good for moving a single person,

12-foot rental truck, ideal for a single person and their furniture.

12-foot rental truck, ideal for a single person and their furniture.

including their bedroom and some furniture like couches. A lot of college students like this size. People who have motorcycles also like the 12-footer because it’s easy to tie the motorcycle up. They’re also good for holiday shopping when people are buying a lot of big stuff: Large-screen TVs, Christmas trees, bicycles and appliances.

  • Only two people can ride in front.
  • This truck does not have a ramp or a towing hitch.
  • This truck has 457 cubic feet of storage  and 76.5 square feet of floor area.
  • Insurance information: When fully loaded, this vehicle and its contents will weigh 10,050 pounds (“Gross Vehicle Weight).

Our mid-size is the 16-foot truck. It’s good for moving a small family,

Our 16-foot truck, good for a small family.

Our 16-foot truck, good for a small family.

including their appliances, refrigerator, washer and dryer, and bedroom sets (two to four rooms). It’s also good for dump runs (although please bring it back clean!). It has dually wheels in the back and handles better in the snow and gets about the same miles per gallon as the 12-footer.

  • This truck comfortably seats three in the front.
    16-foot rental truck interior. Moving accessories not included.

      16-foot rental truck interior. Moving accessories not included.
  • This truck has a ramp and towing hitch.
  • It has 763 cubic feet of storage and 120 square feet of floor area.
  • Insurance information: When fully loaded, this vehicle and its contents will weigh 11,500 pounds (“Gross Vehicle Weight).
Our largest truck is the 26-footer. It’s good for moving a large family, including appliances, refrigerator,
The largest truck we rent, 26 feet long.

The largest truck we rent, 26 feet long.

washer and dryer, big-screen televisions and bedroom sets (four to six rooms) and garage stuff. It also has dually rear wheels, so it handles better in the snow.

  • This truck comfortably seats three in the front.
  • This truck has a ramp and towing hitch.
  • This truck has 1,380 cubic feet of storage and 210 feet of floor area.
    26-foot rental truck interior

      26-foot rental truck interior
  • Insurance information: When fully loaded, this vehicle and its contents will weigh 26,000 pounds (“Gross Vehicle Weight).
One of our 26-foot trucks has a hydraulic lift gate, good for lifting up to 2,500 pounds. Many local businesses use this for moving engines, heavy machinery, restaurant appliances and pallets.

One of our 26-foot trucks has a hydraulic lift gate, good for lifting up to 2,500 pounds. Many local businesses use this for moving engines, heavy machinery, restaurant appliances and pallets.