There are different forms that U-Haul requires from its independent dealers. When renting the equipment, they must always use the authorized U-Haul contract, which must include the tenant`s driver`s license. This contract is necessary to keep an overview of disposable rents. There is also an authorized U-Haul deposit receipt that can be used if a customer wishes to reserve a trailer. U-Haul also requires that a “Monday report” be completed weekly to inform the company of the devices leased in the previous seven days and the equipment that is on the grounds of each independent dealer. The jury trial began on June 9, 1986 in Martin`s complaint, a result of U-Haul`s termination of a dealership contract. Thank you very much!! Hi Bill, I have a storage store and I am looking for the option to become a U-Haul merchant in the hope of attracting warehouse customers from U-Haul customers. Do you have an overview of how many U-Haul customers take a storage unit before/after you finish with U-Haul? Thank you in advance for your previews. I`m sorry you think that way about UHaul, I had the opposite experience and I love the company I work for! Unfortunately, my experience with merchants is more like yours vis-à-vis us corporate stores! Yes, I also have experience in working with traders, I once worked in the transport department. I feel like merchants don`t care as much as an actual Uhaul. They take more care of their own business and take advantage of commissions on rental income. Trucks are usually dirty and are not supplied in general.
Fortunately, traders are monitored by the company and even have an AFM to report that makes sure things are going smoothly. In fact, if not for companies or companies such as the transport department and the MCO; Merchants may not be so successful, given that they don`t even need to make their own reservations, they are all given only to you! If you are a good reseller, you gain regular customers like me; excellent customer service. [1b] The central question therefore remains whether the provision of the contract, which provides in writing for the termination of the distributor contract with a period of thirty days, effectively limits the damage reimbursable by both contracting parties to the damage due to this period of 30 days. . . .