It is interesting to note that Penske has an alternate prototype web site to enter that list their new trucks as 26 ft. but the volume stays the same at 1,400 cu. ft.
The extra 138 cu. ft. makes a lot of difference if you have lots of "stuff" and are not quite sure if it will all fit. An example; I see a few rental trucks pulling large trailers behind with the over-load that did not fit into the truck.
I can just imagine what the drivers went thru getting the trailer at the last minute when time was running out to move out of their house.
Diane wrote:Thank you, Craig, for clarifying that the 26-foot U-Haul does in fact have significantly more interior space than the 25-foot Penske. Quality issues are another subject entirely, of course.
You are correct on the quality issues concerning U-haul. As I look back now, it may have been cheaper and certainly easier and less stress to have gone with the largest truck from Penske or Budget. Then get the large trailer to tow behind for the over-flow stuff.
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