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The National Association Of Small Trucking Companies

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Gallatin, TN 37066

800.264.8580
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New Authority Concerns

Applying and receiving your authority is the first step in a long, complex process.  New entrants in the transportation industry are faced with countless concerns on how to start and maintain a successful trucking company.  NASTC has taken a proactive approach in not only implementing training, but also promoting awareness of regulations, requirements, and general concerns that companies will face.

NASTC’s objective is to streamline operations and maximize profitability for the small carrier. With the bottom line of the small carrier at the core of NASTC’s every thought and action, identifying major concerns and addressing solutions is NASTC’s primary focus.

NASTC’s mission has allowed for development, implementation, and the maintaining of programs that are designed to cater to the needs of the small trucking company. Through programs and training we help start-up trucking companies survive and work through those first vulnerable years.

  1. How far along are you in developing your business plan?
  2. How do you plan to find freight?
  3. Where do you plan to run?
  4. How do you plan to buy fuel?
  5. How do you plan to find insurance?
  6. How do you plan to find good drivers?
  7. How do you plan to intelligently grow?
  8. How do you plan to set up the required drug and alcohol testing program?
  9. How are you going to pay your drivers?
  10. How are you going to invoice and collect from your customers?
  11. How are you going to maintain your rolling stock?
  12. How are you going to finance your venture?
  13. How are you going to have driver meetings?
  14. How are you going to protect your SafeStat scores?
  15. How are you going to communicate with or track your trucks?
  16. How are you going to train drivers?
  17. How are you going to handle contractual agreements?
  18. How are you going to keep the books?
  19. How are you going to do log audits, fuel taxes, and driver qualification files?
  20. How are you going to manage and interpret data and information?

NASTC’s New Entrant Survival Training can assist you in devising and implementing an effective business plan, addressing all of the above and more.

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