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Category Archives: Owner Operators

Rule Targeting Truck Fuel Efficiency Stifles Innovation

Feb
21,
2014
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  President Obama’s order for the DOT and EPA to develop and issue a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) by March 2015 to increase Fuel Efficiency standards and Greenhouse Gas Emissions standards also calls for technological innovations and alternate fuels. Is … Continue reading

Crosswinds and Air Drag cost Trucking Companies thousands of dollars per truck each year

Dec
2,
2013
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The cost of fuel is undoubtedly a major concern for the trucking industry, whether you are a mega carrier or a one truck owner operator, saving on fuel cost can make a huge impact on your bottom line. Cost per … Continue reading

Lone Mountain Truck Leasing Signs Over 1000th Title to Independent Owner-Operator

Nov
30,
2013
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Lone Mountain Truck Leasing recently signed over the title for a Freightliner Columbia to Lance Hairrell, a Landstar BCO. This is the 1000th title signed over to an owner-operator completing Lone Mountain’s lease-purchase program. Omaha, NE (PRWEB) November 25, 2013 … Continue reading

Trucking Industry Saves Millions in Driver Detention Pay

Oct
16,
2013
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The Federal Government currently has approximately 4.1 million employees with an average annual salary of $78,500.  This figure would work out to be about $37.74 per hour. If each employee would work one hour a day for free, this would … Continue reading

Small Business Owners can Legally deduct ALL Health Insurance Premiums and Cost

Aug
12,
2013
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          If someone was to give you, let’s say $4,000 in exchange for $300 would you say that was a real benefit to you? And if the $300 that you exchanged for the plan came with … Continue reading

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