Want to know what the freight rate is in your area?

Now you can. Just go to the Load Board With Rates and select your state and equipment type. Super simple this Free Load Board is showing you all the truckloads with rates.  These could be both partial freight and full truck loads. We hope that all brokers and shippers see the value of putting rates on the loads.  If there is ever going to be any sort of tools like a freight auction or reverse auction or anything like Uber Freight.  Then people who want drivers to call them should put rates on loads on all the load boards.  Something simple that will save everyone some much time talking. Will technology replace the negotiation in trucking anytime soon?  Maybe.  But even if you post a rate expect the driver or dispatcher inquiring about your posted load to ask for more money.  They usually get it. Driver shortages and not enough trucks in the market place are raising rates and they are making drivers more aware of rates.  If you are a driver and want to quickly see what freight is going for in your area check out the Load Board With...

Free Load Board with Rates Is Going To Help Increase Trucking Rates

The free load board with rates by Trulos.com is going to help increase trucking rates and give drivers an easy and some way to participate in an online freight auction. The thought is that when a broker posts a load on a load board the need that load covered.  If brokers can easily see what freight selling for on the spot quote market they are able to price their loads accordingly. These are real loads in real time showing the goign rate for freight.  Drivers can keep watching the page that applies to them and pick up freight when the rate is right.  They know the price and the awkward question of “How much are you paying on this” is taken out. Once the rate is confirmed the only thing left to set up. Subscription based rate programs keep the cost of freight  low....

Subscription Based Rating Programs Keep The Cost Of Freight Low.

Subscription Based Rating Programs Keep The Cost Of Freight Low. They continually bring up old rates that may not be applicable to the current conditions.  Think about the hurricane situation we have had recently.  No one even knows what to charge. Everyone is rating truckloads today based on data that doesn’t exist in history.  The old data is providing a false history and artificially keeping truck rates low in todays current trucking climate. In comparison the live freight rates posted on the Free Load Board with Rates help raise the cost of freight. There is no data showing what things cost before only what freight costs are today.  If a freight broker or shipper wants to move a load on a truck they basically have to use the spot quote market.  Loads have to be covered and rates do go up. By using historical data the shippers will always be nostalgic about what they used to pay and will try and use those rates to show what the lane should cost.  It takes into account that some of this data is based on shippers with thousands of loads getting volume discounts from repeat carriers.  These rates just don’t apply to the rates today and especially past the the 2 natural disasters and all the FEMA Loads. If a trucking company is looking at thousands of loads and none of them have costs they have to call each one and get the rates.  The negotiation of it is so repetitive.  Constantly the only question is how much is the load paying.  The poster of the freight knows this info.  They...

Find A Truckload Rate In Seconds

Find truckload and partial truckload rates on Trulos.com us the Load Board with Rates. Here is how to find truckload Rates in seconds : Go to the Free Load Board with Rates – Click Here Click on the state click on the equipment you would like to see View the shipments as see realtime rates. Thanks it.  It literally takes 30 seconds to find great freight rates. One example of use the load board with rates is:  Recently a freight broker was posting a truckload from Hot Springs AR to Irving TX.  They thought that 600 was a good rate for this freight lane.  Then they went to the free load board with rates . Found similar freight paying 900.  He went back and changed his price to 950.00 The free load board with rates is basically an auction for space available.  No log in and no need to pay anything.  The Free Load Board with Rates is helping raise the cost of...

LTL Load Board

Trulos is setting the trucking industry on fire with it’s free load board. First it was the Load Board with Rates only and now they have set it up so trucking companies can quickly and easily sort through thousands of loads to just see Partial, hotshot and LTL loads. If you have space available on your truck and some extra time you should take advantage of partial and LTL freight. Going from Chicago to Dallas with extra 12 feet. Fill it up and with a partial headed same way and you just made a few extra dollars to make that low rate out of North Texas not sting quite as much. www.trulos.com/truckload/load-board-LTL.php – check it out and find out in seconds if there are an Partial or LTL loads available on the free load board. What people like about our free load board is that we don’t make you sign in. Just go to the free load board and search away. When you find a truckload posted that you like just call the broker or shipper directly make the deal. you can see the free LTL load board at...

FEMA Loads

Read a great article on what to expect.  Check out the article on Freightwaves.com. What a fleet or driver should expect running FEMA loads – FreightWaves The basics – There will be thousands of loads.  Many of them will be posted on Trulos.com Free Load Board You will have to wait around a lot when you get there.  Lots of other loads and trucks around and no one will know who you are. Keep notes and records on detention – FEMA Pays detention Get everything in writing and if you use a broker they get paid by cost plus so they are usually ok with paying you also There may be no cell service There may be no restaurants Find FEMA Loads on Trulos by visiting the Free Load Board Another Great Article by DAT How to Handle FEMA Loads Without Losing Your Shirt Many of the FEMA loads are posted by large freight brokers with names that should be familiar to you. If you haven’t worked with them before, check their credit scores and days-to-pay, then look them up in DAT Company Reviews to see what other carriers had to say about them in the past. What should you charge for FEMA loads? I can’t tell you what to charge, but be aware that when you’re handling freight for emergency relief, you could be held over for a long time, and after you finally unload, you’re pretty much guaranteed to leave with an empty trailer. Here is some hard-earned advice about handling FEMA loads, so you won’t lose your shirt: 1. Take your back haul with you. What does that mean? It’s...