Truck repair, Trailer repair, Welding Fabrication, Hydraulic repair, Truck management, Dispatching
"And whatever you do, do your work heartily, as to the Lord and not to men." We will do honest work at a profit if we can, at a loss if we must, but always honest work.
Fall and winter of 2016 was one of the toughest in recent car hauling history. The car hauling industry was struggling to survive. Well, as predicted, it has gotten better, in fact we are seeing some of the best numbers yet in the past months. I have been hesitant to say anything until I saw some consistency. However I have seen several straight months of really good numbers now and so far it seems to still be getting better. We are seeing 7 car trailers with motivated drivers reaching around $30,000.00 per month off of the open load boards with good dispatchers. 4 car trailers with motivated drivers are in the high teens. This is some long awaited and prayed for news. Give us a call or go to the contact page and request a dispatch packet.
How Do I Get Into The Car Hauling Business?
Instead of answering this question on the FAQS page I believe it is so important that I am putting it on the front page. Sometimes someone has already answered a question so well that there is no point in trying to reinvent the wheel. In this case Ashley with relogeek.com has done a great job. Click on this link to read what she has to say. She has a lot of good information on you tube and her website.
There is one thing that I do want to add however.
If you are already in the trucking industry and want to switch over to car hauling you need to make sure that your "MC" number or motor carrier authority is issued for car hauling. If not you will need to contact the FMCSA and follow the steps to make sure you are legally able to haul cars.
This truck just did $35,743 in one month and as you can see it is not a highly versatile trailer.
Hello drivers and dreamers!
I get a lot of questions about choosing the right size truck and trailer. I am happy to share some guidelines and suggestions from my experience. Go to the FAQs page and read through some of the info on there.
With our experience as CDL drivers and dispatchers we are in a unique position to offer full service dispatching and technical support to experienced car haulers or drivers who are just getting into the business. With our repair shop up and running, we offer full vehicle maintenance and repair for well less than the big city shops. With our back office support it is like having the office staff that smaller companies cannot afford. If someone offered to sell you a real twenty dollar bill for ten dollars would you be interested! Of course! Who wouldn't? If you have been doing your own dispatching off of load boards hiring a good dispatch service is the equivalent of buying a $20 for $10. See what happens is you no longer have to sit and spend your time looking for loads instead of driving. We see an average of 20% increase in gross revenue with a good dispatcher.
This truck just grossed $31,156 last month and it did it in the last three weeks of the month. Down for maintenance in the first week.
We are now offering the following;
1. Invoicing and slow pay follow up.
2. Trailer and truck repair/mods.
3. One day car hauling crash course.
4. Complete truck management. (FAQs)
5. IFTA processing (FAQS)
A free service where you can list your truck or trailer or anything car hauling related.