Where do I begin,...the UHaul app indicated a “drive-up,” 24’ storage was available at this location. When I called to confirm the day prior to my arrival, I was told they in fact did not have one available. Instead I was offered 2, 15’ storages. I should have been given the price of the 24’ storage for both 15’s. Instead, the manager, Haley Radcliff, told me, “I’ll give you the first month rent for free.” Wait—that’s already “company policy,” —so how’s that making it “right” for the customer?” So, nothing was really offered to make it right, nor were the 2, 15’ storages adjacent to each other. I had used the UHaul app to locate a 24’ storage and it showed Hickory Flat had one available, which is why I chose them over other facilities. I had an item (20’ long) which would have fit in a 24’ storage, instead I had to carry this item to another location which cost me more mileage and gas since I had to use the 24’ truck to transport the item to and then return the truck back to Canton. Also, after my storage rooms were assigned I drove the 26’ truck to the rooms only to find that they were both still locked (BTW, I had 5 friends come to help me unload; well, they had to wait til I went back thru the gate and to the office to ask someone to unlock the rooms). Finally, not attributed to this location was the problem with 2, 26’ trucks. Let me explain. I rented a 26’ truck from 6201 Cayce Lane, Columbia TN 3840. After completing the paperwork, I pulled out of the facility only to have to drive back in to the facility to tell them the breaks didn’t work so I could hopefully get another truck. Well, they didn’t have one available. They willingly made a call to a “higher authority” to get approval to give me a “truck that was either already assigned to someone else or it could have been a “fleet” truck??? - I don’t know. Regardless, they gave me this second truck. Well, this substitute truck had a “Check Engine” light come on after I had the entire truck loaded and had just begun (6am) my drive to the Hickory Flat storage facility in Canton. I called 1800GOUHAUL while enroute to GA and they told me a static (not flashing) indicator would be “ok” to drive. Still, to have that light come on wasn’t reassuring when you’ve just begun your 7 hour trip with a fully loaded truck with all your personal belongings. So, two questionable trucks and mishaps with my storage facility isn’t leaving me with positive impressions of UHaul right now.