When you decided to start your career as an owner-operator in the trucking industry, you probably didn’t envision hours and hours of paperwork. But the truth is that as a business owner, you can’t avoid all paperwork. Especially when you want to get paid, submitting paperwork (invoicing) efficiently is important. At Truckstop.com, we are committed
While sometimes it can be intimidating to ask for more money, negotiating load rates with brokers is necessary to ensure that you are maximizing profits. Below are specific tips for getting the most money out of your negotiations with freight brokers. Give yourself a raise today by following these steps. You deserve it! Before the
Owner-operators keep our country moving. Long days and nights on the road. Hundreds of thousands of miles per year. It’s hard, important work. That’s why we think you deserve a pay raise. With a good load board in your owner-operator toolkit, there are specific things you can do to maximize profits on each load. As owner-operator Brian
Identity theft and fraud have become big business in the global economy largely due to technology and the digital world. The trucking industry is particularly vulnerable because business is constantly moving. The risk might be even bigger for smaller companies and owner-operators based on the need for immediate cash flow and efficient payment transactions. Security
Asking questions and developing relationships is important. Learn how brokers operate to make the negotiation process easier and more efficient.
Tips from a broker: 5 tips carriers and owner-operators can use to better negotiate.
Whether you have one truck or five on the road, factoring may be able to benefit your trucking business. Learn more about the benefits of factoring.
Learn some methods an owner-operator or small fleet owner can do to improve their bottom line.
Learn some precautionary measures that will help you protect your money and avoid being a victim to freight and trucking scams.