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Old 06-16-2014, 04:59 PM
 
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Some Uhauls around here rent vans as well. Actual vans with 3 rows of seats and cargo space behind the last one. Check other companies too for one-way vehicle rentals. That's probably the best bet unless you can convince someone to come with you and drive back an actual rental vehicle.
This is what I need & it would be perfect. but I am not sure I would be able to tow my car behind it on a trailer? its a '09 honda civic..
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Old 06-16-2014, 05:22 PM
 
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Thank you everyone for your positive advice I myself do not agree with sticking a dog in the back of a u-haul anyways. I wouldn't want to be stuck back there so I don't think I could do that to them. I drive a 2009 honda civic, by the way. We are not taking any furniture, or anything we do not need. Just wanted to take some clothes & a few other small things that could fit in the trunk and start over there new. I was considering a cargo van but u-haul did not give me the option for one, only the big u-hauls.. Which I really wouldn't need. Not sure if any other companies would? And you can't tow your car behind cargo vans either, I don't think? So I would probably have to get it shipped out. I live in a small town so I haven't done very much city driving, I try to avoid it. If it comes down to it I'm going to have to just do it, I would just like to see what other options I have first. Thanks again for the advice.
U-Haul doesn't rent vans one-way. Not sure if Budget might.
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