Discussion in 'Motor Carrier Questions - The Inside Scoop' started by ribuscorp, Aug 3, 2022.
What state is the best for moving from CA for a small trucking corp?
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Any of the others that don't hate trucking...
Basically....any other state would be a MUCH BETTER choice (but hey--you knew that one already, right? )....
Past that--ask these questions:
What type(s) of freight would be involved?
Where are your customers located?
Where are desired future customers (if any)?
What are the desired routes/lanes?
Some companies are moving from Commiefornia to Texas. That's not a bad idea--on the surface.
But be aware that Texas has also had serious power grid issues (and probably will again, in the future).
If I was going to move for trucking I would be looking at Georgia or NC for dry van. Rust belt for skateboard and the meat patch for reefer
Come to Wisconsin spin the wheel win a prize , if you cant make it hear you have other issues.