Originally Posted By Foxxz:
The trailers are a rip. My friend's gf worked for uhaul. The brake and light connector on the trailer is special so you have to BUY a wiring harness adapter
*DISCLAIMER: I work for an independant U-Haul dealer. Don't consider this a quote.*
The don't normally do that anymore. They have pretty much standardized to the universal 4-way flat connector these days.If you ask, you can probably get a trailer with the normal 4-way plug. If your trucks wiring is messed up, don't expect us to fix it for free. If you dont have the proper adapter, its not our fault.
A local rental for a Auto Transport trailer is $49.95+ optional insurance and tax around here. Thats for one day, 24 hour period. Sometimes renting locally (and returning it to the store you picked it up from) is cheaper than the one way rate. The insurance is by the day
... and optional.
One way rates from one place to another will be different. I've seen rates from $70-500 lately, depending upon pickup location and destination. The rates are based on demand and availabiltiy. I'd suggest reserving one ahead of time, if possible. They may or may not have one in stock if you dont reserve it.