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Can I Rent A Cargo Van?

Most people who need to use a cargo van do not need to use it often or repeatedly. Typically, these vans are used for small moves, hauling equipment, or transporting goods, such as a making a delivery. You can find a cargo van rental through popular national companies like Avis and Enterprise. Many towns also have local automobile rental places where you can find a van for rent. This article will give you some pointers on renting and using a cargo van.

When renting a cargo van, there are several things you should consider:
 

1.    What will you use the van for? If you need to transport just a few large items, you may need a smaller van, while if you are helping someone move, you might have to choose a larger sized van.  

2.    How long will you need the van? Sometimes rental agencies will have special deals for renting vans for certain periods of time. 

3.    Where and when can you schedule pickup and drop off for the van? Location often plays a key role in rental decisions.  

4.    Are you looking to purchase rental insurance? Some companies, especially smaller local ones, do not offer this option, and you have to seek it out elsewhere. 

5.    Do you prefer a standard or an automatic transmission? With a standard, you have to switch gears, while an automatic does it for you. 

6.    What type of van are you looking for? See the next section to help guide this decision.

 

There are many different types of vans, so choosing the right cargo van can be difficult. Sometimes,

the rental company can help you choose by learning your purpose for using the van. Sometimes, if

you choose your rental company first, you might be forced into choosing a particular van because it

may be the only type the company has available. If you do have your choice of vans, following are

several descriptions of some of the types of vans available.
 

· Ford E350—This is a diesel van with a 6.0 V8 DSL engine.

· Chevrolet 10' G3500—This van has a 6.0 V8 engine and an automatic transmission.

· Dodge Caravan—This is a popular van among families, but it also makes a great cargo van. With a 3.3 V6 engine, it is smaller than some of the other vans, making it better for smaller loads.

· GMC Safari—This van has a 4.3 V6 engine.

 

These are just a few of the cargo vans that are often offered through rental agencies.  

 

If you have a load to haul that requires more than an SUV can hold, or if you need a covered vehicle to carry your items, you might want to consider renting a cargo van. You can deliver flowers or cakes, move your teenager into his dorm room, or transport a load of items to a charity resale shop. There are numerous reasons people need these vans, but often, they only need the van for a limited period of time. Renting a cargo van is a convenient and easy way to help you move items without having to borrow your neighbor's truck again.