Your cost per mile, if you have figured it, will tell you how much you need per mile to break even and make a profit. You may figure your expenses as per day pay, whatever your method is for figuring your expenses, you know, or should know, what you need to cover your costs to operate. There are many factors involved and each driver’s CPM is different. So now you have your numbers, you know what YOU need to run a load. Now the load offers come.
My old beagle has a few years on her. She’s a great companion, although becoming a little less active as years go by, she still has a lot of life in her. She still hunts on her own when we go outside, but mostly she just lies around and enjoys the spoils of a life of leisure.
Where have all the nice cans gone? I look around, but there seems to be a shortage of them lately. I remember when a couple of big cans could be found anywhere. It’s nice to run across a couple of nice cans at the truck stop fuel island or in parking lots. I find everything's better with a few nice cans around.