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Ten Secrets To Expediting Success

Investor's Business Daily has spent years analyzing leaders and successful people in all walks of life. Most have 10 traits that, when ...

The Coolest Thing I Have Ever Hauled Is...

Some of the more interesting loads hauled by ExpeditersOnline.com Forum Members ...

How Long Are You Willing To Layover For A Load?

Deciding how much time you are willing to layover is a business decision each driver has to make. Without question - this decision will impact your bottom dollar. In expedite trucking, it's not unusual to layover for at least 24 - 48 hours. How do you decide to stay or deadhead to another location? Here's how these owner operators decide. ... Full story

Weird Expedite Loads

We asked our readers, "What's the weirdest load you've hauled?" Here is a sampling of the answers. ... Full story

3 things I did to survive the Recession!

The recession was brutal. Pure and simple. Owner Operators saw their revenue drop 30% - 50%. What did you do to keep the rubber side up on your operation to keep on trucking? ... Full story

What is your favorite stretch of road?

Let's talk scenery. My favorite stretch of road is the I-84 in Oregon along the Columbia river gorge. I also love the I-5 In northern California. What's your fave stretch of road? ... Full story

What are your three favorite cities to layover in, and why?

Tod and Coco Landstar Express America Truck Size: D Unit – Straight Truck 1.Laredo, TX, that used to be the worst area is now our best for a ... Full story

List 3 reasons: Why you expedite?

1) Freedom of setting my own hours. 2) Travel. 3) Income. Jim Short Premium Transportation Logistics Cargo Van   1. Because I live in Michigan and there are ... Full story

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Gary Shade

Gary Shade

Prior to becoming an expediter, Gary worked in the financial services industry. During that tenure, he worked as a stockbroker for a major Wall Street firm. Gary was always in awe of the big rigs. Between jobs, Gary took a sabbatical and obtained his CDL and drove OTR. He still thinks it's one of the best career choices he's made.