Ute Hire and Truck Rental in Australia

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Moving house or needing a rental truck to pick up that bargain you just won on eBay? Or maybe you want to hit the garage sale in your area? We are sure you have a valid reason for getting a truck hire or ute hire. We at CarHire.com.au  will try our best to help you book one online.

Truck and ute rental comparisons are impossible to find online. The rental companies require reservations to be made over the phone as available rentals may not be up to date on the internet. This means you're going to have to make some phone calls. Frustrating right?

This is where VroomVroomVroom comes in. We have listed down below each truck and ute rental companies with their phone numbers and their links where you can get a quote. Truck and ute hires are available from Brisbane, Sydney, Adelaide, Melbourne, Perth, Cairns, Darwin, and hundreds of other locations across Australia. You can also book a truck  or ute to move house from many locations across New Zealand. 

Avis truck and ute rental

Call Avis Trucks toll free:136 333

Budget truck and ute rental

Call Budget toll free:1300 362 848
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Hertz truck and ute rental

Call Hertz toll free13 30 39

Thrifty trucks and ute rental

Call Thrifty toll free136 139

Did you know?

Back in the days, the Australian “ute” used to be a two-door vehicle that is based on the chassis of the passenger car. Today, the term is used for a truck or a pickup rather than the body style of the vehicle.


The first automotive company that manufactured an Australian ute is Ford. The reason why they created that vehicle is about pigs. That's right, a farmer's wife from Victoria wrote a letter asking for a vehicle that can carry their pigs to the market and at the same bring them to church.

Ute has become part of the Australian culture especially in the rural areas. They even hold events such as ute muster, where ute owners gather to show off their truck. 

There's a racing series for utilities and it's called V8 Ute Racing Series, where you can find slightly modified utes racing like the Australian Production Car Championship (CAMS).
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