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Fuel for Thought

  • How Much Does A Solo Expediter Earn?
    By Greg Huggins
    Posted Nov 8th 2017 7:27AM
    Is expediting as a solo driver profitable? How much do solo expediters make? How can you make money as a solo in expediting? Doesn’t expediting require a team operation? How many miles can a solo run per day or week? What can a solo expediter expect to earn?
  • Customer Retention
    By Greg Huggins
    Posted Nov 1st 2017 12:22PM
    Does freight have a memory? Probably not, but customers do.
  • Be Prepared
    By Greg Huggins
    Posted Oct 26th 2017 10:05AM
    Be prepared
  • Buying or Investing?
    By Greg Huggins
    Posted Oct 19th 2017 9:37AM
    Would you like to buy a job?
  • Winning The Race? -OR- Why Am I So Tired?
    By Greg Huggins
    Posted Oct 11th 2017 6:56PM
    Are you winning the race? The race to get ahead. Everyone wants to be winner. There is first place, and then there is everyone else.
  • It's Just A 30 Minute Break
    By Greg Huggins
    Posted Oct 4th 2017 6:35AM
    Thirty minutes. One - half hour. If you have to log your hours of service, chances are you might need to log a thirty minute break during your day.
  • Little Things
    By Greg Huggins
    Posted Sep 28th 2017 10:13AM
    While there are many truck drivers who are company drivers, most expediters, and truckers in general, are owner operators, or are at least self employed contractors. Even driving for a fleet owner, drivers will usually be contractors.
  • Buyer Beware
    By Greg Huggins
    Posted Sep 22nd 2017 9:26AM
    Caveat Emptor (the principle that the buyer alone is responsible for checking the quality and suitability of goods before a purchase is made) - commonly known as Buyer Beware
  • The Gold Standard
    By Greg Huggins
    Posted Sep 14th 2017 9:46AM
    Running a small business has many challenges. Owning and operating a small trucking trucking business presents it’s own set of unique challenges.
  • Plan Your Breakdown
    By Greg Huggins
    Posted Sep 6th 2017 12:10PM
    Truck drivers can plan for a multitude of events. Many things can be pre-planned, and most probably are.