Lowe’s lets you rent its trucks for two different rates. A 90-minute rental costs $19 plus $5 for every additional 15 minutes. An all-day rental costs only $89, and you don’t need to return the truck until your local Lowe’s closes for the day. Not too shabby.
Lowe’s flexible prices work for your job and your budget. If you need the truck for only about two hours, it’s cheaper to just go with the 90-minute rental and pay $10 for the additional half hour. These $5 charges will quickly add up if you keep the truck too long, though.
If you need the truck for more than five hours, the all-day rental costs less. And with the all-day option, you can avoid stressing about returning the truck in the nick of time.
The best part? Lowe’s truck rentals always come with unlimited mileage, so there’s no need to watch the odometer all day when you’re driving back and forth across town with load after load. Some other rental companies (like U-Haul) give you only a certain amount of miles with their rentals, then charge you for every extra mile.
Just make sure you refill the gas tank before you return the truck.