(Updated on 01/28/2024)

It’s been a while since I’ve posted last. I intend on being much more active on this blog and sharing more useful content with our readers. Having reviewed the available analytics data, I could see that many of you have found several of my articles helpful.

  1. The P&L Statement

    This posy explains what a profit and loss statement is, why it is important, and how to read it. It also provides a sample profit and loss statement for a hypothetical trucking company, showing the revenue, expenses, and net income for a month. The post also offers some tips on how to improve the profitability of a trucking business, such as reducing fuel costs, increasing rates, and choosing the right loads. The post is intended to help truck drivers and owner operators understand their financial performance and make better decisions for their business.

  2. CMCI Drug & Alcohol Testing Consortium

    This post is about the CMCI Drug & Alcohol Testing Consortium, a division of OOIDA that provides drug and alcohol testing services for truck drivers and owner operators. The post describes the benefits, requirements, and costs of joining the consortium, which is mandatory under FMCSA rule. It also includes some useful links and resources for drug and alcohol testing, such as a sample service agreement, a supervisor training program, and a driver handbook. The post is intended to help trucking businesses comply with the DOT and FMCSA regulations and avoid fines or penalties.

  3. How to Organize Your Trucking Business

    This post is about how to organize your trucking business. It provides some practical tips and examples on how to manage the documents, files, and folders related to your trucking operations. In this post, you’ll also learn about the benefits of being organized, such as saving time, money, and stress. It’s intended to help truck drivers and owner operators run their business more efficiently and effectively.

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