Exit signs

| August 01, 2001

Finally, study the prospective company’s lease. If the language is obscure, get an attorney or other qualified person to help you interpret it. Some companies hesitate in showing you their lease, says Chris Yoder, a longtime Missouri owner-operator. When that happens it’s a red flag to look elsewhere, says Todd Spencer, executive vice president of the Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association.

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