A truck rental boom has reached a fever pitch.
And it’s costing the truck rental industry millions.
And now we’re all on the hook for it.
We’re seeing a whole lot of truck rentals on Craigslist, where you can rent a truck to someone in your neighborhood.
And now, there’s another trend popping up: a whole host of straight truck rental trucks.
Rent a truck in a trailer?
Yeah, you’re out of luck.
You can rent the truck for just about anything, including a trailer park, a trailer swap, or even to haul trailers to your local recycling center.
“I can’t imagine a trucker making $300,000 a year,” said Scott, the trucker.
“But it’s all about the money.”
In fact, a new survey from a major truck rental company found that a majority of truckers are seeing more truck rentals, not fewer, than ever before.
“It’s definitely happening,” said Jason Smith, a manager at Truckrideshare.com, which rents truck rentals.
“We’re finding a lot more trucks on Craigslist that were never available before.”
It’s also been a boon for truck rental companies like Truckrayshare, who have seen a surge in sales since the craze started, driven in part by people finding truck rentals for themselves or their families.
Smith estimates that truck rentals now make up 40% of the company’s revenue.
And the demand for trucks, especially in the trucking industry, has exploded in recent years.
“The trend is that trucks are becoming less expensive, less difficult to repair, less expensive to operate, and it’s a more viable option for people who can afford it,” Smith said.
So what does a truck rental mean for you?
A rental truck is usually a rental for a period of time, often less than two years, for a price, typically around $100 per month.
It’s typically a three-wheeler, and the trailer usually runs on batteries or propane.
You may have to sign a lease to rent a trailer.
There are no set-up fees, but you’ll probably have to pay a monthly rental fee to get started.
But if you’re renting a truck for a long period of years, you can usually find a truck you can live with, even if it doesn’t have a lot of accessories, like air conditioning, or any accessories that may need to be replaced.
“I can only recommend to people who are renting a trailer to do so if you are going to do it for the long term,” Smith told Business Insider.
Smith said the most common reasons for renting a pickup truck is to transport hazardous materials or freight, or to tow cars.
And many truck rental centers will rent trucks for just this reason, as well.
But if a truck has a lot in common with a trailer, it could also be a potential threat.
And some truck rental websites have begun to offer truck rentals with extra features, such as remote start and a full range of accessories.
Smith said the rental truck industry, which employs tens of thousands of people, is changing at an alarming rate.
“It’s an industry that is going through a very rapid shift,” he said.
“There’s a lot happening right now, and we’re going to see a lot.”
The boom has made truck rental trucking a booming business.
But there’s one thing truck rental drivers are still not getting: a good rental truck.
“In the past, you would rent a vehicle for about six months, and you would be happy,” Smith explained.
“Now, you need a truck that’s a truck and not just a trailer and can’t just drive around with a couple trailers in it.”
And, as we’ve seen with other rental truck companies, a lot can change in six months.
“A lot of the people I talk to have never had a truck before, so they are still looking for a truck, but they are having a hard time finding one,” Smith continued.
“They don’t have the money to get a truck.”
Smith says that in the coming years, truck rental services could become a lot cheaper and more accessible.
“As more people become aware of the trend, they’ll realize, ‘I could be the next one.'”