Most owner operators famously exaggerate their profitability numbers, but a few gave us the real scoop, and here's what they had to say...
Is becoming an owner operator really a step up in your trucking career or are you walking off a cliff? What is the pinnacle of success in trucking?
At TruckingTruth we recommend against becoming an owner operator or leasing a truck. The risks are high and the rewards are few, if any. Here's our thinking on the matter.
Trucking companies often make owning or leasing a truck sound like a sure path to riches. But a closer look reveals it isn't nearly that simple.
I signed the lease agreement with my company and for the first time I head out onto the highway in my leased tractor trailer. Now the adventure begins
To lease a truck, become an owner operator, or be a company driver is a question I've pondered and I've decided to lease. Here's my story.
What comes after the first year of truck driving? You have a lot of new options open, including leasing a truck or becoming an owner operator.
Many people consider owning their own truck. In this article we'll discuss the difficulties involved.
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