Cheap Skates in this world are very abundant.
For one to avoid "their prices are great but they stick it to you big time
Let's name a few issues before entering the freight industry:
talk with people in the trucking industry about the risks,
buy your own truck with a sleeper,
get a CDL,
purchase the required insurance for the truck and your CDL,
maintain a savings account for equipment breakdown costs,
get a doctors physical at least once per year,
get fuel charge cards to charge your fuel costs when necessary,
purchase a "Truckers Road Atlas":
to avoid scales, plot your routes, for refueling, to know where to take
purchase Log Books required for your CDL.
Now with these and other hints go buy a truck!
I'll defy anyone to do a trucking cost-benefit analysis and again make that
stupid statement about shipping "prices".
After reading the above incomplete summation,
how can one make that statement "their prices are great but they stick it to
you big time on shipping"?
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