How many people regret they leased a truck that are honest and willing to share

Discussion in 'Lease Purchase Trucking Forum' started by Jamicanexpress, May 1, 2015.

  1. Jamicanexpress

    Jamicanexpress Light Load Member

    Apr 16, 2015
    Dayton Ohio
    That's a good way of putting things. I value your opinion and will take it to heart. I want to know when u leased did u pick a truck with good fuel mileage and did u have warrenty. Was your truck payment hard to keep up with . These are things I hear kill drivers . So I want to know from u if u don't mind sharing what was your down fall that caused u too make that decision that being a company guy is better than owning
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  3. Braylean

    Braylean Light Load Member

    Sep 10, 2013
    You know, no offence but you are writing off the best l/p program out there by not doing the six months at Schneider. There is no other program I can find that comes really close at being a fairly good chance at success. Bruenger and Dart are as close as you can get as far as I can tell. For bad leases, don't go with Celadon, they pretty much screwed New when they dropped the fuel s/c to Indy pump price and now the new lease program has the same s/c, higher payments on the truck and maint. And a longer lease period.
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  4. 315wheelbase

    315wheelbase Heavy Load Member

    Oct 26, 2014
    Don't ever expect to "own a business" and make money at least as much as driver with a good paying company unless you can and are willing to invest a lot of money of your own,,companies that do lease purchase programs for driver are only doing it because it is cheaper that owning the trucks and hiring drivers,, When you buy a truck you become a business owner,,as a business owner knowing how to run a business is more important than being a driver,, as we all know almost anyone (including Obama) can learn to drive a truck but you must know a lot about running the business to make it.
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    T_TRUCKER. Road Train Member

    Mar 27, 2014
    A city near you.
    Are you saying that transam has the best LP out here? If thats the case you clearly haven't done your homework.
  6. bigdogpile

    bigdogpile Road Train Member

    May 16, 2010
    fontana ca
    Simply buying a truck just makes you a truck owner,you do not become a bussines owner,unless you file all the paperwork with the various agencies in your name and get the licenses and athourity in your NAME ONLY will you then become a bussiness owner.
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  7. rckbottom

    rckbottom Light Load Member

    Aug 7, 2014
    richardson, texas
    so you ask many ways hopeing to get the answer you want
  8. magoo68

    magoo68 Road Train Member

    Jun 11, 2011
    st malo mb canada
    Maybe 5 to 10% complete a lease and those ones would've made more just buying a older truck truck outright .. Do the real math on the numbers they provide and your answer will become clear ... Living 6 months at a time in the truck and driving 55 mph just to equal a rookie company driver in earnings IF things go well isn't for everyone
  9. poppapump1332

    poppapump1332 Road Train Member

    Jan 2, 2010
    I tried to tell him that schneider has one of the best l/p programs out there.short term lease so you can try it and decide if its for you or not and can pick your loads and go home when you want.
  10. stacks

    stacks Road Train Member

    Oct 27, 2011
    Emerald Isle
    Jamaicanexpress who did you eventually lease on with
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