Sure Fire Owner Operator Tips + Advice For Profit And Success in 2024

Experienced Veteran Truck Driver Smart Trucking Leaning on 379 Peterbilt

The focus of an owner operator career is to turn a profit and have a successful, satisfying career as a truck owner.

Being an owner operator is much more complex than most people realize.

It takes money, planning and constant attention to your business to make it work, and that’s just the tip of the iceberg.

If you’re a new truck owner or thinking about becoming an owner operator, there many things you’ll need to know.

It can also be frustrating when you’re looking for reliable advice and answers to issues you encounter as a self-employed truck owner in business.

You need honest answers and information to keep you on the road to making money.

There are lots of perks and a great deal of pride that comes with owning your own truck: controlling your schedule, choosing the freight you haul and making a decent profit.

But it can be a long, tough road ahead, if you lose sight of your goals.

Red Peterbilt Truck with Chrome

Creating a Profitable Owner Operator Business

An owner operator career has its challenges, trials and tribulations.

And that’s where we come in. We’ll pass on what we’ve learned from 40 years experience in the trucking industry.

No matter if you’re a first time owner operator or an experienced trucker,if you have bad credit, are looking for a good company to work for, or wondering what make of truck to buy, we’ve got your back.

We’ll provide as much information as we’re able, in order that you can make good sound business decisions, that will work for you.

We’ll help guide you in the right direction and shed some light on the issues you’re dealing with.

Tips + Advice For Owner Operator Success

Before Taking the BIG PLUNGE Into An Owner Operator Career

The Most Important Asset in Your Owner Operator Business – Your Truck

Owner Operator Business Tips

Owner Operator Life – Tips + Hacks

Independent Owner Operators

  • Independent Trucker –Becoming an independent broker is an even bigger step to take, as a truck owner. There’s more costs and a lot more risk involved for the independent trucker, such as insurance, licensing etc. but it can be lucrative, if you land a sweet deal.
  • Understanding the Basics About Commercial Truck Insurance  —  It’s important to understand the basics of commercial insurance and how the system works.

Owner Operator Resources and Support

Blue Custom Peterbilt Show Truck


Join 100,000+ Drivers

Twice a month we email you the best tips and new articles to help you better navigate the trucking industry.