Jack has been a driver, owner operator, contract carrier, mechanic, truck shop manager, dispatcher, logistics and owner. Jacks office has largely been
from the cab of a truck
I was born into the trucking industry and grew up with trucks, every aspect of trucks. However that is not where I have learned
the most important lessons about surviving in this industry
When I started in the trucking business if the wheels were turning I was making money. I would work the first week of every month and pay my truck expenses.
The second week I paid the house expenses. The third week put money back and the fourth week I took off. It was not until 2002 that
I actualy lost money hauling a load. Fuel and other expenses rose until you literally could not bounce across the street for a load.
That is what taught me to start keeping track of what I was doing. I needed a way to make an educated decision about a load in real time.
That is when I came up with a way to figure the revenue based on a set of expenses. That way I would not faulter financially on a load again.
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