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Taylor Truck Line: One company’s unique approach to lease purchases set drivers up for success


As an owner operator, it’s common to feel like you’re on your own in the trucking industry. Having the support of a company behind you while still having the freedom of a business owner can make all the difference. That is why Taylor Truck Line, a Minnesota-based trucking company, is committed to doing it differently.

Taylor Truck Line provides its owner operators and lease purchase truck drivers with superior mileage rates, fuel surcharge and other great advantages such as no-cost Qualcomm and fuel optimizer. The dry van freight is 60-80 percent drop and hook based on 3.3 trailers for every truck with no forced dispatch.

“Our relationship with our owner operators is a true partnership,” says Kyle Skistad, director of recruiting for Taylor Truck Line. “Each owner operator gets an assigned fleet manager. This ensures that you have someone in your corner who understands your specific needs as a business owner while enjoying the same respect and quality treatment our company drivers receive.”

Taylor Truck Line makes it easy for drivers who want to start their own truck driving business through its lease purchase program. The company provides truck drivers with well-maintained equipment, affordable weekly payments as low as $405 and a 12-36-month lease.

“We know that starting and running your own truck driving business can be risky and rewarding,” Skistad says. “This is why Taylor provides lease purchase drivers with the guidance they need to manage their businesses seamlessly while out on the road.”

Taylor Truck Line, founded in 1957, transports a variety of products across the country. In addition to OTR company, owner operator and lease purchase positions, Taylor also offers local, dedicated fleets, regional, team drivers and full-service freight brokerage. To learn more about Taylor Truck Line, visit www.drive4taylortruck.com or call 800-884-0296.


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