Ever wonder why owner operators fail? The answers are in this video. We went through 250+ responses and tabulated the data into a bar graph and a pie chart. Why do owner operators fail? The answers may be eye-opening and even surprising.
Recently someone on Facebook posed the question, why do owner operators fail and over 250 responses made it clear that owner operators fail for many different reasons. Along with this video is a blog post where you can read more about why owner operators fail as well as look at and download the accompanying bar graph and pie chart we created for this video.
The good news is that with this information, you don’t have to make the same mistakes so many owner operator truckers have made in the past. Let’s learn from other’s mistakes and improve our trucking businesses and lives.
The blog post link will be posted soon. In the meantime, if you have any questions, be sure to leave a comment below.
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