Phone consultant service for small fleets

Nov. 1, 2005
Small fleets and owner-operators can take advantage of over-the-phone business consultations via The Trucker’s Consultation Phone Service

Small fleets and owner-operators can take advantage of over-the-phone business consultations via The Trucker’s Consultation Phone Service. Tim Brady, a 23-year owner-operator and writer for DRIVERS, is the featured consultant.

This service provides the flexibility of allowing small businesses to dial into consultation appointments whenever a problem arises, Brady said. Fees are “kept to a minimum,” with no cost for the first 15 minutes. To save the customer phone fees, the service calls the customer back.

“We're not here to spend the trucker's hard earned money; we're here to help them make more,” said Brady. “We even call the trucker back so he doesn't pay the long distance charges. You can take notes and ask me questions while you're pulled over, in the comfort of your cab instead of some stuffy classroom.

“There's no limit to how often you can use this service,” Brady added. “It's here to help you, the trucker, whenever and wherever you need it.”

Call The Trucker's Consultant Hotline (866) 890-8996 for fees and more information, or go to www.writeuptheroad.com.

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