New App Truxx Hits Chicago Market: ‘Uber For Moving’

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10 August 2017 | 6:31 pm

New App Truxx Hits Chicago Market: ‘Uber For Moving’

We’ve all been there. It’s time to move apartments, you just bought a new couch, or just got a huge haul from IKEA.   But whoops! You forgot you drive a small car (or don’t have a car at all) and nowfin transport everything becomes a problem.

Well have no fear Truxx is here! It’s a simple app that makes ordering a moving truck as easy as ordering an Uber. No more texting everyone you know that has a truck and bribing them with pizza to help you out, or going through the process of renting a U-haul.

Now with Truxx you can order a truck in advance or on the spot from your mobile app to help you move items or pick up. For $25 per half hour you can rent the driver and truck and for $35 per half hour that driver can help you load and unload your items.

No more worrying about refueling or mileage costs, the fee is flat and you can use it for however long you need.

The app launched in 2017 and just rolled out this month in Chicago. According to the app, more than 100 drivers are already registered in the area.

Exact logistics of how the app’s network works is “part of their secret sauce,” according to their website. However, they insist that all drivers must complete a criminal background and DMV check. Safety and satisfaction are two of the most important factors to the company.

Visit: https://truxxit.com/ for more information or to download the app.



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