Being A Owner Operator is not for the faint of heart…

Being a Owner operator is a very expensive and dangerous job in America.

On Time Resources, Inc. ─ Just ask any owner operator what being a owner operator is like and they will tell you that they not only have one of the most dangerous jobs in the America but, they also have one of the most expensive jobs in the America.

From regular maintenance and upkeep to the dreaded major component repairs, Owner Operators drivers have more out of pocket expenses then fleet drivers and have higher out of pocket expenses then any other independent business owner in the country.

What is an owner-operator?

An owner operator in trucking transports goods for customers on a self-employed basis.

Owner Operators are small business owners who independently contract delivery work for their clients and who typically own or lease the trucks they use for their work.

Owner operators are independent drivers that don’t work for a specific company. Instead, they might have multiple regular shipping clients, or they may use tools like the Tuckstop.com Load Board to find regular work and earn a living.  

RACKIN' UP THE MILES...

The average truck driver travels over 125K miles a year and over three million during their career

Face The Facts

Semitrucks breakdown ALL the time. In fact, most semitrucks experience some sort of breakdown, approximately every 10K miles!! Based on how many miles owner operators drive per year (125K), this means that at least once a month drivers are forced to utilize money from their profits in order to keep their trucks on the road. These 50 tips can make those miles safer and more comfortable. Our goal here at On Time Resources, Inc. is to help ease that burden to even the playing field for Owner/Operators in an industry that is designed to benefit fleet Is the total amount spent on truck repairs each year, with each individual driver shelling out over 15K, on average, annually for repairs on their truck.

12 BILLION BOLLARS...

Is the total amount spent on truck repairs each year, with each individual driver shelling out over 15k, on average, annually for repairs on their on trucks.

Why Join On Time Resources

With a membership to On Time Resources, Inc. owner/operators will receive one FREE truck recovery to anywhere in the Continental United States or On Time Resources, Inc. will cover the cost of a local tow, up to fifty miles! Our membership also boasts the ability to add on a RePower option, with the RePower option On Time Resources, Inc. will also make sure your freight arrives at its intended destination* while you get to focus your time on getting your truck road ready. Have more than one truck? On Time Resources, Inc. has that covered too. For more details check out our membership sign up page or our FAQ page.

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On Time Resources ─ Major engine repairs can easily run over $20,000. Tows can run $1,000 or more. This doesn’t include lost income or being stranded. Let OTR help you make sure your truck gets home.

A paid membership with On Time Resources, Inc. will guarantee one tow to anywhere in the continental United States per membership year if your truck is disabled due to a catastrophic mechanical failure. If your membership is current, OTR will get your truck to a local shop for repair or take your truck home where you can work on it or take it to a trusted mechanic. For members living outside the U.S., we will transport your truck to the border.

You already pay the repair cost, lose wages and possibly incur the cost to repower the load. On Time Resources, Inc. can recover your vehicle and repower that load, saving you time and money.

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National Truck Driver Appreciation Week

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