im looking to get into o/o of some sort because my job now is looking to have much of a future.
I want to do something for myself and not work for other people just looking to get some info in the business.
All I can see driving truck for one year is, that as a truck-driver you don't just work for everybody else (half the time for free), but you are also everybody else's maid.
Here's a reply from our facebook fan
Tracy A Giffin Sr: "Contact Sammons Trucking. Missoula,MT. Great program if you want to become an O/O."
Hi dent5785, you may want to read this related thread: Compliance Tips: What do Owner-Operators Need?