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#21
If you are going to become an ontario based owner operator,.
you'll starve,.
try alberta,..
Ontario is now a have not province,.many new canadians competing in the marketplace have made it an employers market,.

Just because you are a company driver and do fine,. the moment you become an O/O even for the same company,. your rates, destinations loads will all change,.

Bettter brush up on your mechanical skills,. your diagnostic skills etc,.
putting your faith in a retail repair shop(s) is the quickest way to red ink statements,.

Nick
owner operator for too many years in ontario,.
 
#25
Unless you have great backing and even better credit....wrong time to become one. Sit back and wait to see what happens.....
Agreed. Todays insurance rates are killing off a lot of the smaller owner ops. According to our broker, the Humboldt tragedy gave insurance companies the excuse to hike rates and premiums.
 

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