If you are moving locally (the destination is less than 50 miles from your origin), your mover may be able to drive your rental truck for you. You should contact the mover directly to determine if they can provide this service for you.
Movers listed on MovingLabor.com are unable to drive your moving truck for a long distance move.
Although the requirements may vary based on the mover you've hired, the customer is generally required to meet the criteria below. These requirements are necessary to ensure that the rented moving truck is properly insured. If the criteria is not met then you will be personally liable for damages in the event of an accident. The damage and liability waivers are inexpensive and worth the peace of mind, so please be sure to purchase them.
- The customer must purchase the liability and physical damage coverage from the truck rental provider
- The mover that is driving the moving truck must be added to the contract as an authorized driver. This means that the moving crew must meet you at the truck rental location
- The billable time for your move will begin on arrival at the truck rental location. Billable time will end once the truck has been returned to the rental location