Truck Stops: Keeping Up With The (Changing) Joneses
Two major drawing cards for travel centers will continue to be parking and showers. While parking is not normally a money maker, it is vital to a truckstop's survival.
Expediting Vans: Gas or Diesel Engines?
Looking back, it seems like I was the only defender of the gasoline-burner, so I had to get my facts together when on the minority side of the debate.
All business expenses no matter how small should be kept track of even though they may not be deductible for tax purposes.
5 Road Worthy Notebooks
For the professional driver, the notebook's portability is already a given; probably the two most important features to the driver would be screen visibility and battery life.
Bob Worthington: Free at last!
Sometimes there are stories that do have a happy ending. This expediter ran into Canadian law difficulties because of an indiscretion in his distant past, but fortunately, things worked out due to a new policy and the assistance of an expert in the field.
Road Law For Expediters
When it comes to the law, what you don't know can hurt you.
Spec'ing It Where It Counts: Truck Seats
Jeff O'Connell has some vital information for commercial drivers.
In today's truck market, there are a wide variety of seating options available complete with custom comfort adjustments which would have made the driver of ten or twenty years ago green with envy.
Springtime maintenance for the "B" unit
Well, winter's behind us that means it's time to get the van ready for the warmer weather. For this article we'll focus on the gas-engine vehicles, diesel engines will be covered at another time.
You need to adhere to a bookkeeping system so that you can produce information that is necessary for planning, tax projections, budgeting, costanalysis and to realize some kind of savings by possibly cutting expenses and where your money is going.
Growing Your Expedite Business: Factoring Fundamentals
A factoring company purchases a business's commercial accounts receivable, then advances the cash to fund the business.