Old School wrote an article dispelling the free agency myth in trucking and received an irate response. Here is Old School's reply to the criticism.
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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