You want to become a lease operator so you can have more control over your lifestyle. So why do so many lease programs make you follow so many rules? Isn’t the point to be your own boss?
Get into a one-, two- or three-year lease with little to no money down and no credit check with Anderson Trucking Service (ATS). The choice is yours. Plus, you’ll have plenty of freight options with ATS, so you can stay busy and make the money it takes to be successful.
It’s hard to make money as a lease operator when your truck is broken down all of the time — especially since you’re the one footing the bill.
Choose from newer, quality trucks with ATS’ lease-purchase options. You’ll also pull newer, well-maintained trailers — paid for by ATS — so you won’t be stuck on the side of the road. Plus, you’ll have a maintenance account set up so you won’t left with a financial mess if a truck breakdown does happen.
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