Fight Against Lease Operator Slave Labor

Stuck in a low salary truck driver job? You're probably being exploited for your company's profit.

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I had a great conversation with my good buddy and fellow trucker Chip and his awesome wife Louise last night about truck driver salaries.

We were discussing the positive impact this website and The Successful Trucker Facebook page could have on so many truckers who are "stuck" in low paying trucking jobs.

The more we talked, the more we came to realize that this website and The Successful Trucker Facebook page could be the safe neighborhoods to create a movement against big trucking companies and their corrupt practices.

For those unaware, practically all large trucking companies entice new drivers to lease a shiny new truck. This deceptive practice creates a massive financial burden on those drivers who accept the lease (new trucks cost around $150,000!!).

The trucking companies benefit by having these poor souls pay out of their meager paychecks for the truck on behalf of the trucking companies.

Many truckers are left with a bi-weekly paycheck of only a few hundred dollars to support their families.

The definition of "corrupt" is: having or showing a willingness to act dishonestly in return for money or personal gain.

If we are to help our fellow truckers get unstuck, then I ask that you SHARE this website and The Successful Trucker Facebook page (or at least this post) to spread the word about our fight against the big trucking companies.

The strategy to beat these companies is to arm truckers with the knowledge to become successful independent owner operators, compelling them to quit working as slaves for the big trucking companies, essentially depleting these companies of their cheap slave labor.

Even if you don't know any truckers who can use this help, by SHARING (click the SHARE button below) this there is a good chance that a Facebook Friend does know a trucker who could benefit.

Thank you all for your help and God bless.

-May the wind be at your six and weigh stations closed.