Things to Know About Driving a U-Haul Truck

If you’ve never driven a moving truck, you might feel a bit intimidated by the idea. However, it’s easier than you may think. Like anything else on moving day, you’ll do fine as long as you plan ahead and do your research. Below are some things to know about driving a U-Haul truck: Reserving After […]

How to Prevent Overhead Damage

U-Haul moving trucks are designed to be mover-friendly, but driving one can be a new experience. While moving trucks are intended to be safe and protective vehicles for movers, accidents can happen. One common mistake that drivers make is underestimating the height of their truck. Something as ordinary as driving through a tunnel, under a […]

Products for the Ultimate Safe Towing Experience

On the road, safety is a top priority. This is possibly even more true when towing equipment, such as a trailer, automobile, RV or boat. No matter where you are going or what you are doing, you want to ensure that the equipment you are transporting remains in perfect condition and that you, any other […]

Project Yellow Light Winner: Sam Senser

My name is Sam Senser, and I am the 2015 Project Yellow Light scholarship winner. It was the spring of 2014 when I, my friend Jake, and my brother Wrenn created the PSA that would eventually take me all the way to New York City. It was an experience I’ll never forget. While winning prizes […]

Tips for Driving with Pets

Are you moving soon, or preparing for an outing and plan on taking your pet along? If you are, and want to make the drive pleasant, check out these tips for driving with pets before hitting the road with your favorite furry, feathered or scaly friends. Do: Secure in Transit No matter how well behaved your […]

At What Speed Can I Drive a Moving Truck?

When considering renting a U-Haul truck that will be packed with all of your personal belongings, one of the questions you may have is “At what speed can I drive a moving truck?” Here are a few  important tips to keep in mind. Plan for additional time. In order to maintain your safety, as well […]

Renting a Trailer for Craigslist Shopping

Bargain hunters know treasures don’t just fall in your lap. If you want something that’s good quality for a good price, you have to go looking for it. One place that only the brave dare look is Craiglist. While many people cringe at the name, don’t buy into the stigma! If you’re a smart shopper, digging around […]

Summer Driving Tips from a Race Car Driver

Driving is statistically one of the most dangerous activities that you will do all day. As a professional race car driver, I can say with 100% confidence that I am one of the “best” drivers of a car. However, I put “best” in quotations because I can be the best driver in the world and still […]

How to Load a Car onto a Tow Dolly [VIDEO]

If you need to move your front-wheel-drive vehicle without actually driving it, you should consider using a U-Haul tow dolly. A tow dolly will allow you to easily load and tow a vehicle behind another vehicle or moving truck. This is a great option for people making cross-country moves or for transporting project cars. The following video will demonstrate step-by-step […]

Distracted Driving: Tyler Duane Patnaude

Friday night, on April 25, 2014, I was with my best friends, Michael and Tyler, as well as our new friend Brendan. We were hanging out at a party for Tyler’s sister because it was her birthday. It was a clean party: no drugs, no alcohol, no substances that are commonly found at teenage parties. […]

Talking to Your Kids about Distracted Driving

Protecting our children is always a parent’s highest priority, but figuring out a way to keep them safe isn’t always so simple. In today’s society, where, social media and staying connected to one another is so relevant, how do we teach them that their safety is of the utmost importance? Posting the most recent selfie or […]

Distracted Driving: Hunter Garner

I once heard it described that having a child is like having your heart outside of your body in another being.  No truer words have ever been said. When you lose a child, it’s like that heart (your heart) has been torn from your chest, thrown to the ground and trampled.  I know; I lost […]