Are you moving to college for the first time? Our Penske summer interns and moving experts share their tips on how to survive college move-in day.
To most vacation-goers, Labor Day marks the unofficial end to summer. Many will be scrambling to squeeze in one last trip over the holiday weekend, making the roads a little more congested for do-it-yourself movers.
Reports of moving-related thefts and scams by rogue moving companies are high at this time of year, as it’s the busy moving season.
Heading back to college? Penskehttps://www.pensketruckrental.com/ offers college students 10 percent off on all truck rentals, along with free unlimited miles on one-way rentals.
Summer is a popular time for household and business moves, and with Fourth of July rapidly approaching, it’s important to note that Penske prohibits carrying or hauling hazardous cargo, like fireworks, into any of their rental trucks.
Are you planning a move this Memorial Day weekend? The last thing you want to have happen in the middle of your journey is to be stuck in bumper-to-bumper traffic or experience mechanical setbacks. Penske Truck Rental encourages movers, truck drivers and other motorists to plan accordingly if they are driving during the long holiday weekend.
Around this time of year, countless college students – from freshmen to seniors – are wrapping up their final exams and getting ready for a much-anticipated summer break.
Moving can be a stressful time for everybody, especially for military families, and Penske Truck Rental is here to help make your next military move a hassle-free mission.
When you hit the road as a professional truck driver or as a consumer with a car or Penske rental moving truck, you may encounter roadside work or emergency responders working along the way. Did you know there is a correct way to approach these situations? According to the National Safety Commission, 71 percent of Americans do not know this.
Simple pleasures, such as sharing a meal around a dinner table or crawling into a warm bed after a long day, become difficult for those struggling to get by without furniture and other staples of everyday life.