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Posted:  4 years, 1 month ago

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This a Marc"The 100k miles Champ" Lee Fan Club By Cornelius. A

MARC LEE IS NO LONGER A GREEN HORN YEEEEEEEEEHHHHHAAAAAAAA dancing.gifdancing.gifdancing.gifdancing-dog.gifdancing-dog.gifdancing-dog.gifdancing-dog.gifdancing-dog.gifdancing-banana.gifdancing-banana.gifdancing-banana.gifdancing-banana.gifdancing-banana.gif

Posted:  4 years, 2 months ago

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Poke holes in my plan, please

You are spot on on number 5, it is the biggest challenge that people face in expedite freight, you DOT has to mean trust to brokers and you start gaining that trust after at least 1 year of operation ................. hard to come by in 4 months

Hey, all-

I currently have no CDL and no experience hauling freight, and I want to go from zero to own-authority hot shot trucker this year. I need some help determing whether I'm being smart or stupid about this. My motivation is that I need a career change, I like to drive, and I like to make money. So here's the plan:

1) Get a CDL. I understand you can hotshot without one, but that most of the money is in >26,001# GVWR hauling. Guess I'm going to trucking school just to drive a dually 2) Get a rig. Right now I'm thinking an F450 with a 40' gooseneck. Take CDL exam and pass 3) Get authority. Sounds like it's just paperwork. I've already got a corporation (I own an RV park) based in CA. Bring on the fees. 4) Get insurance. I'm expecting to pay around $2k per month as a new driver (41 y.o., clean record) 5) Find a broker or dispatch service that will give me work. This sounds like maybe the biggest challenge I'll face starting out. 6) Hit the road. With my insurance being super high, I'll need to do a lot of miles to pay the bills. $2k per week gross income sounds achievable based on what I've read and that's the goal. 7) Adjust. Once I get some stick time, I expect more loads will be available and insurance rates will drop. Tweak the business accordingly.

My timeline for this is 4 months, zero to hero.

So, what am I missing? There's always something. Got any other advice?

I appreciate your time.

Posted:  4 years, 2 months ago

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This a Marc"The 100k miles Champ" Lee Fan Club By Cornelius. A

Great job Marc, keep up the good work

Posted:  4 years, 2 months ago

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This a Marc"The 100k miles Champ" Lee Fan Club By Cornelius. A

Marc can back it in from ANY ANGLE

Posted:  4 years, 2 months ago

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This a Marc"The 100k miles Champ" Lee Fan Club By Cornelius. A

For years my doctor could not convince me to take my metformin on a daily basis, but when Marc talked about the joy he had poppin those 2 fat pills in his mout on a daily basis a while back..... i dont think i have ever missed taking my metformin since then ......thank-you-2.gifthank-you-2.gifthank-you-2.gif

Posted:  4 years, 2 months ago

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This a Marc"The 100k miles Champ" Lee Fan Club By Cornelius. A

Although not a truck driver, Marc Lee you are an inspiration to many. A man that falls and gets back falls and gets back up with a smile brighter than the previous one... always jolly and ready to cheer everyone else up no matter what his trials and tribulations are.... Hey Marc , may that Avatar stay on your profile for a very longtime , go get that 100k miles so that Rob D can pick up that tab lol..... We are all rooting for you MC Marky Mark... Get it done

Posted:  4 years, 2 months ago

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Home til 03/11 unless somethin changes.

I remember it like it was yesterday all the trials he went through to get where he is and Brett was of an amazing help to him meanwhile Old School was selling him a phone lol

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Rob T , hit us up with some of the undercover Intel you got

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Millionmiler is a laid back guy, hopefully our paths cross again. His journey into trucking is inspiring. He's the definition of a professional, and by training new drivers he's passing his knowledge on.

Posted:  4 years, 2 months ago

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Home til 03/11 unless somethin changes.

Rob T , hit us up with some of the undercover Intel you got

Posted:  4 years, 2 months ago

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Dutch Maid Logistics Training Starts @ 09:00 EDT!

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