Established in 1924 as a haulage business servicing the companies of Lancashire. JR Ashworth & Sons Limited evolved into a high-quality hire company, now known as Rentruck.
Since 1924, the company has undergone many changes to its structure. However, throughout these changes it has never lost sight of the heritage, values and personal touches it was born with. We are proud of our history and we are still a family run business to this day.
Peace of Mind
When you hire a vehicle from us you can be sure that you are in safe hands.
We pride ourselves on the level of service we offer to our customers. Whether it is helping you select the best sized van, our comprehensive insurance policies or breakdown assistance; we are with you every step of the way.
If you do have a problem we are well equipped to help you with our 24-hour helpline.
With a fleet of well over 350 vehicles which are available for short-term hire and long-term lease throughout the Greater Manchester area.
We can cater for all your needs, from small cars to 4×4’s, from VW Caddy vans to Luton box vans equipped with tail-lifts. We also offer specialist vehicles such as Glass-Carrier Vans and Welfare Units.
You will find the perfect vehicle for your needs with us!
All our vehicles are fully sanitised and valeted before collection. As they are typically very late models, you can be sure they are in good mechanical condition.
Our fleet also includes specialist temperature-controlled vans. These vans are capable of maintaining a temperature between + or – 25oc.
Many of our vehicles have been used in the supply chain of food and pharmaceutical industries nationwide – especially during the Covid pandemic!
We’re also a social bunch so you can find us on all social media platforms. We post details of our newest additions to our roster and latest discounted offers. Follow us on LinkedIn, Twitter or like us on Facebook & Instagram
*Sometimes people think we’re called Rent A Truck, RentATruck or even Renttruck. We’re called Rentruck – though we don’t mind if you spell it incorrectly!