Relocating or Moving? Compare Moving Pods to Moving Rental Trucks

Fortunately it doesn’t need to be that way, because the moving industry is actually getting quite creative. These days, we generally have three options to choose from for moving. We can hire a moving company. We can rent a moving truck. Or, we can use what is becoming an increasingly popular option, one that combines the freedom of letting someone else do the transporting, with the cost-savings of renting a moving truck: we can rent moving pods. Yes, all of these require some effort הובלות בתים בתל אביב on your part, but that level of effort varies dramatically from one to the next.

When it actually comes time to move though, there are some very big differences between these three options. We’re not going to go into much detail about hiring a moving company, but you should know this: the freedom of having someone else move for you comes at an expense. Hiring a moving company is not cheap. Furthermore, search the web and you’ll uncover plenty of horrific experiences with moving companies. If you are going to use a moving company, check the companies reliability before you do anything.

Consider these pointers when you want to compare a moving rental truck with moving pods, the differences are many. Let’s take a closer look at each:

Rental Moving Trucks:

Big trucks are hard to drive! If you are at all uneasy about driving big rigs, than renting a moving truck is not going to be a fun experience. Smaller trucks are much easier to drive, but they also limit the amount of things you can pack and move. Even small moving trucks can be intimidating and almost all are quite difficult to see out of.
Gas! Sure gas prices have subsided…for now. Still, most of these rental moving trucks get very poor mileage. Depending on the size, you’re looking at anywhere from 8 – 12 miles per gallon. If you’re driving long distances those costs are really going to ad up! And don’t forget about refilling your tank. You would think this wouldn’t be an issue. Basically all you need to do is put back in what you used. Not so! Although you may know exactly how many miles you drove and how much to put back in, if you fail to fill the tank up exactly as it was, you’re going to be shocked by the moving feeds & penalties the moving truck rental company is going to charge you.
Lots of moving trucks are in pretty bad condition. This is good and bad. Good, because you probably don’t need to worry about getting it dirty or scratching the interior or exterior. Bad, because now you have to worry about just getting to your destination. There is nothing worse than spending hours, days, even weeks packing a moving truck, only to break down somewhere and have to do it again with a new truck!
Do You Enjoy Lifting Big Heavy Items? – Me neither. Unlike moving and storage pods, or even a self-storage unit, just about all moving trucks require you to either lift, drag or push household items up to a higher surface. Sure they provide ramps to walk up, but as we all know, these can be tricky, especially when it’s raining!

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