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calculating your cost per mile
How to Calculate Cost per Mile

Understanding how much it costs to keep your truck operating is the single most important financial calculation you can do for your trucking business. But it’s something that a lot of drivers and owner-operators don’t keep track of. Don’t be one of them! Knowing your cost per mile reveals your spending patterns and areas where.

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Owner Operator Lease Agreements: Everything You Need to Know

One great way for trucking companies to increase their transport strength is by retaining owner-operator drivers to expand their fleets. But because these drivers are independent contractors rather than employees, a formal agreement must be in place to ensure everyone understands what’s expected of them. This is where owner-operator lease agreements come in. A properly prepared.

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Safety Tips Every Truck Driver Should Follow

You probably learned a lot of truck driver safety tips while you were going through training. Yet with so much to learn, it’s only natural to forget some of your training once you get on the road. Safety is just as important on your 1,000th trip as on your first, so here is a refresher.

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Truck Driver Essentials: 19 Must-Have Items for the Road

You chose trucking as a carrier because you like the flexibility, travel, and pay. Being a carrier can be a terrific career for these and other reasons. But planning is important when it comes to a successful trip. Truck driver essentials include items and tools that can prepare you for potential problems while keeping you.

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6 Ways to Run a More Profitable Trucking Business

You might have decided on a trucking career because you like the idea of being your own boss. You can set your own hours and be independent out on the road instead of in an office. But is the trucking business profitable? On the surface, the statistics suggest not. And the National Association of Small.

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Practical Mileage Pay: What It Is and How to Calculate It

Truck driver pay is one of the biggest components of pricing a load, and it’s often largely based on miles. But miles can be calculated in several ways, including practical miles, actual miles, and shortest miles. You’ll get paid differently depending on which calculation brokers and shippers use, so you need to know the difference.

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10 Ways to Find (and Book) Truck Loads Online

Being a carrier can be highly rewarding except when you struggle to find truck loads. And, not just any truckloads, but the right ones: those that work with your schedule and in your preferred lanes.  The good news is, there are strategies and tools to find profitable jobs that keep you running and expanding. Take.

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How to create a trucking business plan
How to Create a Trucking Business Plan

In his book Bounce Back: Survive and Thrive in a Business Crisis, author and long-time business broker Richard Mowrey advises: “Never operate your business without a written business plan.” If you have a trucking business, even as an owner/operator, you need a business plan just like any other small business. If you’re like many trucker.

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How to get your trucking authority.
How to Get Your Trucking Authority

Make the Switch to Being Your Own Boss Getting your trucking authority can be downright intimidating. With so much competing information available on the internet, it’s hard to keep track of all the steps you need to follow. Getting your own authority also requires start-up cash, an attention to detail, and a “get it done”.

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