May 25, 2006

This 1984 Kenworth 100 Aerodyne
cabover is being restored by
Naseer Ahmad of Pacific, Mo.

Keeping track of your success (and misses) on the road is vital, and to do that, you need a profit and loss statement. It’s the scorecard of your business performance. Generated monthly, this statement measures your financial progress by employing a basic formula of revenue minus expenses equals profit. It details the types of revenue you’re making, breaks out individual expenses, tells you how much money you’re making and what expenses you need to trim.

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American Truck Business Services, Castrol and Freightliner Trucks

JUNE 4: METRO JERSEY CHAPTER TRUCK SHOW, hosted by the American Truck Historical Society, ASCO Power Technologies, Florham Park, N.J., (973) 539-7145
JUNE 6-8: AMERICA’S TRAVELING TRUCK SHOW, Petro, Stony Ridge, Ohio, (800) 633-5953
JUNE 8-9: OAK GROVE TRUCKERS JAMBOREE, Petro, Oak Grove, Mo., (816) 690-4455 or
JUNE 8-10: WEST MICHIGAN CHAPTER ANTIQUE TRUCK SHOW, hosted by the American Truck Historical Society, Muskegon County Fairgrounds, Muskegon, Mich., (616) 846-1584 or [email protected]
JUNE 10: TA REGIONAL CHILI COOK OFFS, TravelCenters of America in Ontario, Calif. (east location), San Antonio and Maybrook, N.Y.,
JUNE 13-15: AMERICA’S TRAVELING TRUCK SHOW, Petro, Carlisle, Pa., (800) 633-5953
JUNE 14-17: TRUCK BLUE BOOK CONFERENCE, Las Vegas Hilton, (800) 654-6776 or
JUNE 15-17: TRUCK SHOW 2006, Las Vegas Convention Center, (800) 227-5992 or

J.B. Hunt
Increase your profits