How Much Money Can You Actually Make in Self-Employed “Hot Shot” Short Haul Trucking?
When it comes to starting a small business, sometimes, things can be easier said than ...
When it comes to starting a small business, sometimes, things can be easier said than done.
Many struggles with the initial part of the process which is committing to an idea. There are about a million things to do out there in order to make money. However, actually being able to fully throw oneself at the idea can be a little bit of a hurdle. After all, many businesses come with barriers to entry like lack of information or lack of funds.
Luckily, with the help of the Internet, this lack of information is quickly subsiding. There are tons of people out there who are pretty much willing to give away their knowledge in an industry in exchange for a couple of clicks on YouTube. With this, we can get a lot better of an idea about if it would be smart to hop into a particular industry or not.
One industry that might be intriguing for those who like to get behind the wheel is that a “hotshot” trucking. For those unfamiliar with the concept, this line of work essentially entails delivering smaller loads that are often time-sensitive. In other words, it could even be done with the help of a consumer-grade heavy duty pickup truck and gooseneck trailer.
After the investment in the truck and trailer, though, could it possibly earn enough to make it worthwhile? While hotshot trucking does cost a little bit upfront with the equipment setup, it does appear as if it could be worth one’s while.
This time, a YouTuber by the name of Tow Piglet gives us the inside scoop that shows us what the industry is all about. If you ask us, it seems like a viable option for somebody who’s willing to spend a little bit of time learning the ropes. After getting your bearings and the proper setup, it could definitely be a viable way of earning a living.