Is Your Load Too Heavy?

Posted on: 4 August 2018

Are you safely hauling your loads? Unfortunately, you might think the answer is yes, but in reality, the answer is no. To ensure you're practicing safety on the road, it's essential that you know how to avoid a hauling mistake. Learn how to spot some of the signs that indicate your load is too heavy. Unknown GWR If you don't know what your vehicle's gross vehicle weight rating (GWR) is, the likelihood of your load being too heavy is high.
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4 Ways To Manage Your Trucking Company Start-Up Costs

Posted on: 1 August 2018

Starting a trucking business is an excellent business idea. However, if you're not confident in what you're doing, the process can also be quite expensive. Keeping your cost manageable during your businesses start-up is a goal you can accomplish; you just need the right tools. Learn what cost-busting mistakes you should avoid when starting your company. Truck Purchase Your truck is the most critical component in your business plan. However, this factor does not mean that you should hurriedly go out and purchase a truck.
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How To Help Your Elderly Parent Stay Safe While Driving

Posted on: 1 August 2018

If your elderly parent is still driving, you might worry about his or her safety while on the road. This is completely understandable, and luckily, there are a few things that you can do to help him or her stay safe. These are a few tips to help you with this. Help with Car Maintenance and Repairs First of all, you probably already know that a car that isn't in good repair can be dangerous.
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Time To Become An Owner/Operator? Why Buying Your Semi Is Better Than Leasing

Posted on: 27 July 2018

If you're finally at the point where you can become an owner/operator, it's time to start thinking about the truck. The biggest decision you'll be faced with is whether to lease or buy your truck. Many owner/operators will tell you that leasing your truck is the way to go. However, they may be forgetting about the benefits that are to be had by purchasing a truck instead. Before you jump on board with a lease for your new truck, take a look at four advantages you'll receive from purchasing instead.
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