Posting this in two part.
One is to find out about Prime's leases.
Two is to make a suggestion. I admit, based on not complete knowledge. Overall theory is good.
I'm taking it for granted that Prime does not do a "all inclusive lease"? I saw on youtube, Jeffrey Like does this. The guy is successful. I confess I don't know the details.
I can assume that an all inclusive lease means that I don't have to work on the truck. I honestly don't want that 'second job'.
I am interested in leasing to take the risk off of Prime. After all. Working with a lease, for Prime. I would be a partner with the company. Prime would be the big brother of the partnership. Still a partnership.
Now if something were to happen out there that was my fault. If those XXX lawyers could go after Prime. Prime could be hurt badly. Lawyer telling a jury about the big mean trucking company, etc. But if I leased. The risk and responsibility is mine. They can't do that much because I'm not that much. I would be protecting my partner. I like this... very much. I'm the one out there. It's my responsibility in driving. I'd hate to see this great partner get hurt badly because of me.