Budget v.s. U-haul
< Do You Want to Move Out? >
If you want to move out by renting a truck, there are many options you can choose, but I am quite sure that most of people will consider between two truck rental services ; Budget and U-Haul.
< Budget or U-Haul? >
Many people are suffering from choosing between these two options, when they want to rent a truck. Even one discussion website covering about it is invented.
Before analyzing the character of each rental company, I want to make clear why people are taking it so seriously. According to a 1990’s nationally published psychological study, moving or relocation [no matter the distance] is on the top-ten list of most stressful situations a person faces in life. For this reason, people desire to move out by using a safe and comfortable truck with kind service, because they are already physically stressed a lot.
< Why not U-Haul? >
I typed “Budget or U-haul” on Google, and I could see some strong points of U-Haul. For example, it has two ways to rent a truck one is “One-way Moves”, pickup and drop off at different location and the other is “In-town Moves”, pickup and drop off at the same location. Second, by U-Haul, various moving equipments in different sizes are available. Last, U-Haul is proud of their trucks having lower floors which are built below the tops rather than above the rear tires like standard cargo box trucks. Actually, it is really brilliant idea!
It’s not difficult to find criticism about U-Haul, however, despite of its advantages. The most representative case is a story of Troy, who had a horrible experience of moving with U-Haul truck. (Go to read Troy’s story)Then, What is the most problem of U-Haul? It is about safety. Check this article.
< How About Budget? >
Budget is cheaper, safer, and newer than U-Haul.
That is the reason why you need to choose Budget. It is really simple reason, but yes, it is also super clear!
< Do You Want to Move Out? More Cheaply and Safely? >
Then, you might need to rent a truck from the budget. Even though U-Haul provides more various moving equipments in more various sizes than Budget, customers don’t care about size or lowdeck. They are caring about Safety! And Price! (Besides, did you know that UHaul’s 26-foot truck is actually smaller in cubic feet than Budget’s 24-foot truck, and is limited to 6,430 lbs. compared to Budget’s 11,000 lbs?)
To win in a competitive business field, the most basic thing is realizing precisely what potential target customers are caring.