Driving for large parts of the day, every day, has become something of a national pastime. Does anyone out there really know how this habit caught on? Anyhow, the fact remains that most people seem to enjoy their driving, so perhaps that’s a good thing. Except of course when you’re stuck on busy highways during peak traffic hours. But if it’s your business to drive backwards and forwards then maybe you don’t really mind.
Maybe you’ve become quite used to it. You’ve got a radio on in front to help you pass away the time. Heck, maybe you’ve even got one of those ham radios installed. If you’re on a long haul, you can keep yourself good to go in the company of others. And while you’re at it, you might just be able to get away with a bit of gossiping over your boss’s latest orders. But that’s just the thing. Why do that?
Why not own your own truck and become your own boss instead? Too hard. This is what some guys will be saying. They might be right because it’s no joke owning a truck and trying to maintain it. Just imagine what it would cost running an entire fleet. But really guys, you’ve all got to start somewhere. Life might not be all fair and all of that but there’s nothing holding you back on a lease, just one lease to own truck driving jobs. And who knows, after one or two leases have expired, you might be in a strong position to own your own trucking business altogether.
This, however, calls for careful planning no doubt. But don’t hold yourself back. You like driving. You like trucking. So why not make some money doing something you enjoy.