If you plan on moving and using a rental truck, you may be curious about how much you can expect to pay in mileage fees. It is important to have a good grasp on what your expected fees are so that you can properly budget. You must keep in mind that your fees may vary slightly so you should plan for a bit of an increase and then anything less than that amount is perfect. Below, we will help you learn how you can calculate your moving truck mileage fees.
Typically, when it comes to moving, you will be charged by the number of trips times your miles per trip. Once you have this number, you can then take the total miles and multiple it by your mileage fee.
For example, if you are going to be making a total of four trips at 20 miles each, this is a total of 80 miles. If the cost per mile is 59 cents, you would then multiple 80 miles times 59 cents, which works out to $47.20. You may be charged a flat fee to rent the truck as well.