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by Brod - 3 hours ago
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by Esther - 3 hours ago
Good luck with that. Owner/operator is hard to get into unless you have a good truck, and with bad credit I doubt you would qualify for a loan...most trucks go for well over $50k. Even on the low end models. Your best bet would be to work for a trucking company and pay your bills. Some companies offer driver lease programs, where you basically purchase the truck from them. Good luck.
by lunartic5 - 3 hours ago
Okay? I think you are better off paying cash for an older truck, or financing a small amount. So you can try to rebuild your credit. Than when you have most of your credit cleaned up, try apply for a loan on a newer truck.
by quepasameng - 3 hours ago
That's a great goal but it's something that's going to take time and effort. In this economic climate, there's no way you will get a loan.
by evilattorney - 3 hours ago
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