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Eric Mende

That is kind of an open ended question. One, it would depend on your niche, whether you are leased or completely independent etc. I have taken loads for a customer out of FL to Winnipeg MB and bounced back to them for instance. If you sit around waiting on the perfect load, you are losing money. As long a you can make a profit on it, load and go. Weight never did matter to me. ...

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Tim Cowett

If your not turning, you're not burning , just saying !

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Kim Behne

It depends what your hunting.

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Barbara Ann Odom

Depends on what you are hauling

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Luke Atwell

Ltl driver. I run loaded or empty pays the same home every night

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Adrian Bendich

Variety, scenery, pay, and the least traffic route

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Adam Makowski

Ignore the cheap ones and you won't have any

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Paul Jones

$2 a mile or better if u want to make money

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Antu Banerjee

Adjust your headlight position when you are loaded

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Chico Bennett

nothing under two dollars a mile.

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