• anon

    Rural Carrier is on the hook for vehicle insurance say 1000k to 2000k as a route vehicle & repairs tires 500 & general repairs. & maintenance brakes oil 1000k. I'd say a no brainer to allow carrier to handle all that. If a carrier receives 9000k in ema, I would guess its prolly close to a wash when factoring in above stated expenses. If the carrier has to replace their vehicle or has to pay for major repair transmission or engine then carrier exceeds the 9000k estimated ema in a given year. Fuel is approximately 4$ a gallon current times. id say 6000k for a 50mile a day route serviced days a week.

    Feb 10, 2022
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