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Truck Loan & Lease Fort Worth, Texas

Fort Worth in Texas is the fifth-largest city in the state and the 16th-largest in the United States, with a population of over 850,000 people. Truck Loan Center has a strong presence in the city of Fort Worth, providing owner-operators and fleet managers with friendly and competitive truck loan and lease solutions.

The city is home to one of the most dynamic downtowns in the country. It has an active art scene, being home to multiple world-class museums, and also has a vibrant sports and recreation sector. Fort Worth hosts the Great American Speedway, also known as the Texas Motor Speedway, which is a 1.5-mile quad-oval track that has been open for 20 years now. Six NASAR events have been held here to date, but motor fans can expect at least three major race weekends annually.

Trucking in Fort Worth

Fort Worth has good road accessibility from four interstates – 20, 30, 35W, and 820 – all of which pass through the city limits, and from three notable US highways – Texas State Highway 114, 121, and 183.

After gaining some experience in hauling cargo, many truck drivers choose to venture into the owner-operator business to pursue opportunities that give them more flexibility in terms of travel schedules, routes, hours, and even earnings. And the Truck Loan Center is ready and willing to help you make the transition, from offering financial help in the form of leasing trucks to discussing the opportunities in Fort Worth, neighboring cities, or any other routes you may wish to venture down.

Our experienced TLC team has contributed a great deal to the burgeoning number of independent owner-operator truck drivers in the country, which is currently over 350,000. Whether you drive a single 18-wheeler yourself or manage a fleet of trucks plying different routes, getting into the trucking industry requires considerable financial muscle.

Consider the upfront costs, like acquiring the trucks themselves, as well as the necessary licences and permits to cross multiple borders. Now add the ongoing costs, like truck maintenance, repair, and fuel. It is important to be realistic about your costs to ensure that your services can cover them all and leave you with a profit. It costs an estimated $180k to operate a commercial truck for one year.

What the Truck Loan Center can do for you

You need to first figure out the size of fleet you need and what you intend to haul as this will influence a bunch of other things, including the necessary insurance policies – from the US Department of Transportation – and licenses – from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. Also consider incorporating your business to protect yourself from lawsuits.

When you approach us with your idea, whether to get your first truck or to grow your fleet through leasing, TLC will try to make the process as painless as possible. We pride ourselves on offering some of the most competitive rates in the industry, with fast turnaround and transparency throughout the process.

We will help you get the truck or trucks you need based on your current credit as soon as possible, so that you can go back to your business. And while you’re with us, we can discuss various aspects of your business. We find that many of our clients are able to plan better after we share our market outlook with them.

Contact our TLC office in Fort Worth today to discuss your trucking loan and lease solutions.

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