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Old 03-14-2004, 03:47 PM
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Towing for extra money?

Does anyone know how I can get started by towing trailers for extra cash. I have heard of people doing this, helping out trade shows and trailering newly bought trailers, (horse,camper, boats etc.) to the buyer. Just wondering if anyone has done this before. Thanks in advance. Brian
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Cool Towing trailers for hire

We did for awhile but the problem today is with the price of fuel it isint worth it they havent increced the pay on that. insurance is a killer for that too they also want to see proof of comm insurance. Good luck I have been in the hauling bizz for many years I would stay out of that one. Also a most that stuff only pays 1 way.




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