Budget Truck Rental Enhances Web Site

Enhancements to Budget Truck Rental's Web site have helped make it the industry's highest rated in user satisfaction, according to a recent study.

Enhancements to Budget Truck Rental's Web site include a simplified booking process that guides customers step-by-step through the entire reservation process, as well as enhanced mapping tools for finding Budget Truck locations, useful moving tips and improved online help. In addition to the Web site enhancements, Budget Truck offers its customers a full range of products and services to make moving fast and easy. For example, Budget Truck is the first consumer truck rental company to offer Global Positioning System (GPS) units to its customers.

where2 navigation devices with guidance by Garmin are available at select Budget Truck Rental locations throughout the United States, and can be used in any Budget truck, from cargo vans to 24-foot trucks, and with any type of rental, including one-way, local and commercial rentals.

Budget Truck provides assistance to customers to select the proper truck for any move, and also offers moving equipment, boxes and supplies. Budget Truck has alliances with leading local providers to support customers, including movers/truck loaders, self storage locations and transporting companies.

For more information or to make a reservation, visit budgettruck.com.

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