Good 1st lease purchase company?

Discussion in 'Lease Purchase Trucking Forum' started by AlmostSuperman, Dec 12, 2017.

  1. nightgunner

    nightgunner Road Train Member

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    Why would you want to get into a situation where you may require a lawyer?
    I just don't understand why anyone would do this to themselves....
     
  2. Tennesseahawk

    Tennesseahawk Road Train Member

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    Since when has anyone ever NOT been in a situation that could require a lawyer? You do it everytime you pull out of your driveway.

    People need to stop hiding from the baddies, or perceived baddies. Businesses don't succeed without taking a risk. Homework and instinct tells you if the potential reward is worth the risk. Generalizing makes one too chicken to step outside of their safe zone.
     
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  3. UturnGirl

    UturnGirl Medium Load Member

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    Nothing ventured nothing gained. Those old saws have been around a long time because they are true.
     
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  4. I glide 47

    I glide 47 Light Load Member

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  6. UturnGirl

    UturnGirl Medium Load Member

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    Lol. I know...
     
  7. damonarnold816

    damonarnold816 Light Load Member

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    Lease Purchase is like dating, it's not marriage but you can get your feet wet and get a feel for the industry as a "owner operator" depending on what company you partner with, some companies have load boards and give you a choice and some don't, but if you pick the right one you can bank $1k a week and walk away without penalty ( John Christner) and get your Maintenance Escrow within a certain time afterwards and use that as a down payment and get your own authoruty. My advice is always to NEVER make a Lease Purchase a long term commitment, keep it short and and aweet, or in other words hit it and quit it.
     
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