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Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

How do I get paid?

You receive the money directly to your bank account from the brokers or shippers. That money is completely yours and we will have no authority over it.You receive the money directly to your bank account from the brokers or shippers.

How long does it take to receive the payment?

Generally within 24-48 hours or however long it takes to drop the load. We can also talk to your broker or shipper on your behalf to rush up the payment if you want.

How do I get billed?

We will figure out a recurring charge plan for you so that you don’t have to worry about sending us the payment every week. We accept all credit and debit cards.

Is having a Motor Carrier Authority Mandatory?

Yes it is unless you only want us to assist you with your current shipment or you are leased to a carrier.

How long do you take to set up everything?

Within 2-4 hours of receiving all the necessary documents from the client.

What rates can I average?

The average rate for loaded mile is $2.58. Our absolute average for loaded and empty $2.26/ every mile driven. However, we also take into account factors like safety rating, how many states you can drive in and how long have you been in the business.

Which states can I run in?

In all the 48 states or just within the area you specify-totally up to you.

How long do I have to stay on the road?

Again, totally up to you.

Do you need any specific company requirements?

Although we prefer 6 months time in business, it is not mandatory. All we look for is an active insurance and proof of your authority.

Can I run short distance?

Sure. You can earn $2.50-$4.00 per mile by covering 1000-1800 miles every week.

What kind of freight can you book for me?

From shoes to gold, almost everything

What kind of trailer do you usually book freight?

Dry van freight (53”), flatbed carriers (48”-53”) and reefers (48”-53”).

Do you have a broker license?

No because we book the loads and carry out all the paperwork under your authority.

Can you lower your fees?

Unfortunately, no. But here’s why: we don’t run more than 5 trucks per dispatcher. Companies who charge less than us are probably running multiple trucks to survive. By limiting the number of trucks to 5, we assure the highest possible rates and the best loads for you.

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