March 8, 2007
Charles and Leigh Willey haul
general freight in this 2001
TODAY’S TIP: Don’t take the first financing option you’re offered. You can negotiate loan rates just as you would haggle over the price of a truck. Finance managers have a good deal of leeway when setting the rate for your transaction. Your rate will be determined largely by your credit history, job history and residency history.
Brought to you by:
American Truck Business Services, Overdrive, Castrol and Freightliner Trucks
MARCH 7-9: THE WORK TRUCK SHOW, Indiana Convention Center, Indianapolis, www.ntea.com
MARCH 22-24: MID-AMERICA TRUCKING SHOW, Kentucky Exposition Center, Louisville, Ky., www.truckingshow.com
MARCH 27-29: AMERICA’S TRAVELING TRUCK SHOW, Petro, Exit 12 from I-285, Atlanta, www.travelingtruckshow.com
APRIL 3-5: AMERICA’S TRAVELING TRUCK SHOW, Petro, Ocala, Fla., www.travelingtruckshow.com
APRIL 20-21: MARMON TRUCK GATHERING, TravelCenters of America, Terrell, Texas (Exit 503 off I-20), (469) 667-7158 or www.marmontrucks.com
APRIL 21-22: TRUCK SHOW, hosted by American Truck Historical Society, International Agri-Center, Tulare, Calif., (800) 999-9186, www.antiquefarmshow.org
APRIL 28-29: KIRKLAND RANCH ANTIQUE TRUCK SHOW, hosted by American Truck Historical Society, Plymouth, Calif., (209) 245-6733, firstname.lastname@example.org
JUNE 7-9: TRUCK SHOW LAS VEGAS, Las Vegas Convention Center, http://truckshow.com/07TSLV.html
Don’t miss the March 2007 issue of Overdrive. Featured stories that can help you improve your business as an owner-operator include:
Make the most of your time at the Mid-America Trucking Show in Louisville, Ky., by attending the Partners in Business seminar, brought to by your partners at Overdrive, Freightliner Trucks, Castrol and American Truck Business Services. This must-attend event starts at 2 p.m. March 23 at the Kentucky Exposition Center.
Experts from American Truck Business Services will present the advice they share with more than 20,000 owner-operators. You’ll learn:
Call (205) 248-1301 to make your free reservation.
Gaines Motor Lines has agreed to pay $262,500 to four former drivers who the ...