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Our standard trucking rates are based on full truckload shipments. They vary according to a number of factors. For example, trucking rates are higher for difficult to access pick-up points, businesses without loading docks, and oversized or overweight loads. FRC’s less-than-truckload (LTL) freight rates give lower rates to clients AND higher rates to truckers by combining several small loads into a single truck. As a trucker delivering an LTL load, you have several pick-up and drop-off points, all close together or on the same route. Your hauling capacity is more fully utilized, you make more on the haul, and the clients each get a lower rate, too. It’s a win-win. We make this possible by using software to optimize routes and freight volumes.

  U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics - See annual Median Pay rates & salaries for Heavy and Tractor-trailer Truck Drivers.

Resources for getting a job as a Truck Driver  -  It's been known to make good money and for those who love driving, it's perfect!

iTrucking Mobile App - Features an online job portal, trucking news, and a chat room for truckers

Find Truck Driver Jobs - Online Directory of websites providing information on truck driving jobs

Video Trucking Guides - Take a few minutes to watch these if you'd like to familiarize yourself with the trucking industry.


Freight Quotes - We Offer The Nations Lowest Freight Rates From THOUSANDS of The Nations Most Trusted Less Than Truckload, Full Truckload, & Heavy Haul Freight Transportation Carriers! Freight Rate Central’s web-based freight rate quotation system gives our customers fast, detailed quotations they know they can depend on. Since the process is fully automated, it’s easy to compare freight quotes for a variety of carriers with no inconvenience and no obligation. We make the freight quote process easy because we want everyone to know about our freight quotes: They are the lowest you’ll find.

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