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May 12, 2008

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John D. Thomas

Good question! Yes, this is one way to do it. With your broker authority you can broker loads for other trucks to get started. Then, as you asked, you can then broker loads for your trucks as well.

In my opinion, trucking and brokering should go hand in hand with each one supporting the other.

travis Nelson

I am an O/O, leased to a company, with goals of building a large trucking company! Would you suggest obtaining my broker license, broker freight while im an o/o until I have a customer base that I could start brokering freight to my trucking company???

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