Yes always add a fuel surcharge find out what the national fuel surcharge rate is and go with that. Now Procter & Gamble usually pays about $0.13 higher than the national fuel surcharge but I would guess it's got to be at least $0.20 per mile.
. I've been off the road for seven years I was in a motorcycle wreck which rendered me and paraplegic. But I'm in the process of looking for a Hotshot setup and putting a driver in it to drive for me so the Hotshot business is new to me but seems to be a lot like expedite Freight like I used to haul in an 18-wheeler for Landstar Express America Panther 2 and Tri-State. Which I just found out that my installer has a Hotshot division