One money saving option open to anyone planning a cross-town move is a van rental.
Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) May 10, 2017
May is National Moving Month and a May 1 article on KIVI-TV offers some very important suggestions from the Better Business Bureau (BBB) for anyone planning to relocate. While the BBB suggests that anyone who’s moving should carefully take into consideration the investment in time and money that almost any move involves, Los Angeles based agency Van Rental Center notes that one money saving option open to anyone planning a cross-town move is a van rental.
The BBB’s staff strongly suggests that anyone contemplating obtaining the help of professional movers carefully investigate the firm they choose to employ to transport their valuable possessions and heirlooms. However, Van Rental Center notes that, especially for apartment dwellers and anyone else without too many unwieldy and difficult to move possessions, a cargo van rental may make the most sense. Many of us have heard stories of irresponsible and/or unscrupulous movers and the damage they can do, and while going with a reputable mover is definitely an option, in many cases it may make more sense to take a simple do-it-yourself approach to organizing a move. The firm adds that, in many cases, a cargo van rental may be best for a great many individuals and families.
Van Rental Center notes that the beauty of the DIY approach is the flexibility and simplicity of making a move using only your efforts – and those of perhaps a few highly trusted friends and family members willing to work for the cost of pizza and a favorite beverage. While it’s always important to be careful that the move is being handled in an organized and safe fashion, there’s no arguing that it’s less expensive, and often significantly less stressful, for individuals to take on the task of moving for themselves. After all, well known moving companies tend to charge more for their famous names, while vetting less well-known companies to ensure they are honest and reputable can be an uncertain business, says Van Rental Center.
The agency notes that the good news for Los Angeles area residents planning a move is that they offer both outstanding service and first rate cargo van choices such as the Ford E-250 and the Chevy Express. They note that both vans offer considerable storage space, dual air conditioning, automatic transition, and MP3 and CD player. Van Rental Center concludes by noting that, while no two moving situations are ever exactly alike, a cargo van rental often makes the most sense for thrifty people.
Interested readers who’d like to learn more about Van Rental Center are invited to call (310) 568-8230 or visit the agency’s web site at http://www.VanRentalCenter.com.