Tornado Recovery: U-Haul Offers 30 Days Free Storage in Oklahoma

U-Haul® is offering 30 days of free self-storage and U-Box® container usage to Oklahoma residents impacted by Wednesday’s severe weather.

The National Weather Service stated that nine tornadoes may have touched down in southern Oklahoma, tearing through Madill and many other communities. The outbreak resulted in several lives lost, a number of injuries and damage to many residences.

“The tornadoes have caused widespread damage here in Oklahoma,” said Scott Brackin, U-Haul Company of Oklahoma City president. “As people begin cleaning up debris, they’re going to need a place to securely store their belongings. We want to lend a helping hand by making our self-storage products available at no cost for one month.”

Participating Location

People seeking more information about the U-Haul disaster relief program or needing to arrange 30 days of free self-storage should contact the nearest participating facility:

U-Haul Moving & Storage of Norman

700 E. Lindsey

Norman, OK 73071

(405) 364-1501

With U-Box containers, you can conveniently pick up our custom-designed trailer and take your U-Box with you. U-Haul also can store your U-Box container in our secure warehouses or pick up and deliver it to a location of your choice.

U-Haul stores offer needed supplies to help with storm recovery like boxes, tarps, propane and propane tanks. Customers should ensure their tanks are topped off since propane is good to have in the event of long-term power outages.

U-Haul offered one month of free self-storage on March 12 to college students whose school schedules were interrupted by COVID-19. That offer is ongoing across the U.S. and Canada.

As an essential service provider, U-Haul remains open to meet the needs of customers and communities. For details on what U-Haul has done to enhance cleaning protocols, protect Team Members and customers, and encourage the use of programs that inherently promote social distancing and contactless business, please visit

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