Nov. 9, 2006
Rick Sousa of Portsmouth, R.I.,
hauls sand and gravel in summer
and road salt in winter in this
2004 Pete 379 extended hood.
TODAY’S TIP: Save every receipt, no matter how small. Why “tip” the taxman? Place an envelope in your truck for collecting your receipts and send them at the end of each month to your business services provider, who can then create a monthly profit and loss statement as well as accurate quarterly tax estimates. Your financial services provider will tell you if an item is not tax-deductible.
Brought to you by:
American Truck Business Services, Castrol and Freightliner Trucks
NOV. 11: NORTHWEST CHAPTER “MINI” ANTIQUE TRUCK SHOW, hosted by the American Truck Historical Society, Brown Line Inc., Mount Vernon, Wash., (360) 866-7716 or email@example.com
NOV. 17-19: MECA SOUTH FLORIDA TRUCK SHOW, Meca Chrome, Miami, (305) 884-2028 or www.mecatruckchrome.com
MARCH 22-24: MID-AMERICA TRUCKING SHOW, Kentucky Exposition Center, Louisville, Ky., www.truckingshow.com
AUG. 23-25, 2007: GREAT AMERICAN TRUCKING SHOW, Dallas Convention Center, (888) 349-4287 or www.gatsonline.com
Don’t miss our November 2006 issue. Featured stories that can help you improve your business and your life include:
Where do owner-operators make the big bucks? See why average owner-operator net income leads the pack at three carriers.
The best new oils. Today’s premium oils make up for their expense by cutting maintenance, repair and overhaul costs.
Carrying your medical data. Keeping your medical history easy to find in an emergency could save your life, and there are both low-tech and high-tech ways to do so.
Danny Herman Trucking, Inc.
We are always looking for quality o/ops with good looking equipment to join our fleet & family. We have an exceptional average LOH of 1500 miles and a highly competitive rate per mile of .89 for solos and .98 cents per mile for teams plus our 100% escalating FSC, which is currently averaging .26 cpm. That pays an Owner Operator TEAM a rate of $1.24 per mile!
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