Are you a truck driver about to lease your truck and services on with a trucking company? If so, there’s a lot of information you need on file and a lot of questions you need to be prepared to ask. It’s not as easy as 1, 2, 3. There are requirements to meet, documents to file and other details to confirm.
Think being a truck driver is only about hopping in the driver’s seat, getting behind the wheel, and enjoying the open road? Think again. There’s actually a lot more to driving than, you know, just sitting behind the wheel and dropping off a few loads here and there. It involves a lot of paperwork.
Ever been told what you’ll be taking home each week by a recruiter only to find out they were lying? Well, some recruiters may fudge the truth just to get you in the door and meet their “quota.” (Which is not okay.) BUT, there’s also a chance you were both just speaking different languages. They might have been quoting gross income averages, while you may have been thinking about your net income.
I think it’s pretty safe to say that a lot of us in this life are trying to save money for something or other. Maybe you’re saving for a trip with your family to Disney World. Maybe, like me, you’re saving up for more fabric and materials to create beautiful quilted Christmas gifts for your loved ones (it’s never too early to start planning). Or perhaps, you’ve just noticed your pockets are a lot lighter these days and you want to change that. It isn’t uncommon for people to feel a bit out of control with their spending and decide to do something drastic to get it back under control.