Thursday, February 26, 2009
Every profession has it's pros and cons. Trucking
is no different. The trouble is, the "cons" can
cost you a LOT of time and money.
On the other hand, the "pros" can accelerate how
far you go in your chosen profession.
On that note, I just reviewed a copy of Allen Smith's
Truth About Trucking program.
There's some great information on there.
Allen covers the following and more...
* Learn How You can Get a Better Education By
PAYING LESS MONEY.
* A State by State Listing of The Best Truck Driving
* The Big Leasing SCAM - How the Trucking Companies
manage to make Thousands while the driver loses
their shirt (and pants).
* Important steps to setting up profitability as an
owner/operator from buying your rig to fuel taxes,
and everything in between.
* Which trucking companies pay the most for pro-
fessional truck drivers.
* The BEST and CHEAPEST route for CDL training!
* And Much, Much More...
His program used to be in just a plain old digital
ebook. But there was such a strong interest to have
it in audio format that he actually brought in an
audio production company and got it released ...
in fact, it's now a 2 CD set.
Great decision as I don't know many who want to be
sitting at their computers to read a digital book.
Now truckers, trucking students and anyone just
looking into the industry can put the audio into
their CD players and review all this.
And I certainly recommend doing so.
The downside is that through nearly 30 years of being
heavily involved in the trucking, Allen Smith has
obviously been impacted by the pitfalls of the
profession ... so his audios do have a bit of a
But, as you'll discover, he's as genuinely interested
in providing guidance and direction as he is
experienced to talk about this.
He's a very sincere and VERY experienced individual.
I recommend taking a peek at what he and his wife
Donna have assembled over at:
At their page, you can also grab a fr*ee copy of
3 brief reports:
* "Guide to Pros and Cons to Trucking"
* "Truck Driving Careers: Choose the Right Truck Driving School or Trucking Company"
* "Truck Driving Schools and Student Responsibility"
Again, go check out their website for more information ...
The Truth about CDL Driving Jobs
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