Oh, sure we tried calling every rental place in the book. First in Houston, where we bought the trailer. Found ONE place that would rent us an F-350 set up to tow, with receiver hitch, mirrors, factory tow, and brakes. We rented that one to get the trailer to Dallas for storage the first winter. Then last year we needed to move it from Dallas to Ft. Collins. Same thing. Called Enterprise, Hertz, Avis, etc. All of them. UHaul, Ryder, Penske, all of those guys too and no, they don't rent trucks set up to pull travel trailers. In fact, they only let you tow their trailers and tow dollys.
So we rented the one in Houston again and towed the trailer to Ft. Collins, and then drove the empty truck all the way back to houston to turn it in. This year, we found just one place in Denver, and yeah, I called all the Colorado rental places. They don't set their pickup trucks up to tow trailers. None of the national rental places do. try it if you don't believe me, because I tried .
Also tried Home Depot. Same thing. Not set up to tow travel trailers with brakes.
What really chapped us was that we also rented a Toyota Sequoia for the three weeks we were in the trailer, and it came with a receiver hitch. BUT no trailer connector, and the fine print says NO TOWING. That was Enterprise.