Moving Truck & Cargo Van Rental in Redmond OR
Redmond, OR 97756, USA
Mon - Fri 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Sat 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Moving Truck Rentals
Most locations stock three types of moving trucks: 10, 16 and 24 feet. Once you enter a location and dates, you will be able to select from the vehicles available. Use the "Help me Select" on the Truck Selection page to get tips on which size to reserve.
Cargo Van Rentals
Whether moving a child to college or just transporting items across town, you don’t always need a moving truck. That’s why Budget Truck offers cargo and moving van rentals at many Oregon locations. We can even include moving supplies and hand trucks at many locations! Fill out the reservation form above or contact us at (541) 923-4106 to verify cargo van availability at Rogers Auto and Truck Towing today.
Additional locations near Redmond
- Bend Moving Truck Rental - (17 miles)
Unlimited Mileage Truck Rental
Budget Truck provides competitive mileage rates based on extensive computer mapping and analysis to make sure we meet our customers' needs. Participating locations may offer high-mileage discounts, call or reserve for details.
One-Way Moving Truck Rental
Moving from Redmond, Oregon to anywhere else in the US? Budget Truck has you covered with one-way rentals from many of our locations. Confirm one-way availability at Rogers Auto and Truck Towing using the above reservation form.
Oregon Speed Limits & Traffic Laws
The speed limit in Oregon is lower for trucks on certain interstates and freeways. When driving a moving truck in OR, speed limits will typically be 55 for trucks (as opposed to 65 for cars) outside of cities, and 50–60 for trucks otherwise. For all other roads, be sure to observe posted speed limits, which are typically 55 on busier roads and 20–25 on local and residential roads.
Cell Phone Laws in OR
In the state of Oregon it is against the law for drivers to be talking on his or her hand-held mobile phone while driving. Be aware that cell phone laws may change. Check here for the latest information. Regardless of the law, it's best to be safe and focus on the road!
Texting while driving is very dangerous in any situation, and in Oregon it is illegal. Only 8 states don't yet have texting bans, so play it safe and avoid texting while driving wherever you go.