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Re: No way to start the year 2

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carvel minne farmer

01-02-2018 20:36:50

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throw this idea at you sv. with the dodge dually and your trailers how about some hot shot work? quite a few guys around here do part time and full time hotshot work, hauling loads that need to get to an oil rig or plant or job site in a hurry. make some calls to local trucking and courier companys let them know what you have for equipment. call equipment dealers, they are always either shipping or waiting on parts that they need in a hurry. sit down and figure up both a mileadge rate and hourly rate. (and don't forget to pay sv.) as you know sv a lot of companys are outsourcing work of all kinds. it's a lot cheaper to call you when they need a quick trip made than having their own truck and paying a driver to sit on stand by till they need a run made.

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01-02-2018 21:47:21

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 Re: No way to start the year 2 in reply to carvel minne farmer, 01-02-2018 20:36:50  
The only problem with that idea is the insurance is the killer I did a little hot shot work for awhile but insurance is a killer about 900$ a month boy it only takes a small hiccup and your in real trouble . It is a good idea if a guy could get a few regular clients it could be made to work pretty well I think

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