I'm a owner op pulling tanker and I'm thinking about buying a truck to run dry van as a 50/50 split any one interested let me know I have a few...
I have cash to buy 2 trucks any suggestions on a good company to lease them on with...I was thinking of going the Ryder truck type route as well
I just saw an article that they got their money back
there is no way a company is going to let you get a brand new truck with no money down and just let you take it anywhere well not a lease truck...
7.50-7.75 if all interstate
fort transfer....just a smooth bore chemical tanker
you really don't need a tanker unless you have a company or dedicated customer but my company does let you bring your own tanker for a higher...
well I know quality leasing still has a bunch of trucks on the road so what's next for those trucks
so is anyone here doing a L/P with quality carriers
yeah that's a good idea because i was thinking the worst but the shop is HD truck repair in Jackson,GA next to the blue beacon really nice guys
I have a Cummins isx and a code reading sensor supply voltage it deratred on me got it to a shop and it ended up being the pressure...
well I just checked my email and quality says they haven't been affiliated with celadon in two years so hopefully it's all good
dam thanks alot...so is this bad or good for us with quality trucks
Does this bankruptcy effect quality leasing?
yeah I saw that but it was also showing a different ways
just trying to find the best route from Houston to salt lake city
do you know anything running out of Houston with greatwide
I have 2 yrs to go and I'm doing fine I think if the company you are with let you make money you'll be fine