Auto Transport Broker Business vs Car Hauling Business

Are you trying to decide whether or not you should start an auto transport broker business or a car hauling business?

If so then worry no more.

In this video, we are talking about the pro’s and con’s of starting a car hauling business or an auto transport broker business. These topics include:

01 | Financial

02 | Freedom

03 | Regulations

04 | Time

05 | Motivation


Check it out and then in the comments below, tell me if you’re a current/aspiring auto transport broker or car hauler and why you chose that path.

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  1. Kelly Bermudez

    Great information
    Thank you very much!

    Im actually looking to become a broker and my husband is looking to get the truck and go out on the road for now.


    Thanks young lady , thats was pretty good … I myself is looking to haul equipment part time too get my feet wet on the weekends , whoever the equipment is high and i think Uship is free however can’t wait too hear what you have to say about part time hauling !

  3. Paul Gibson

    Good information is what you do best!!!! Thanks for all you do for us.

  4. You really have helpful information. I am an aspiring car hauler looking forward to getting in the business. Im having trouble putting a business plan together though and would really love a video on just how to get your car hauling business dream and turn it into reality.

  5. Can’t wait to see the video about part time driver that is one of the things I will be doing cause my job I have working construction is seasonal. Thanks for the video info they’re very helpful.

  6. Donnell L. W. Akins

    Good Evening,

    Thank you for the information Auto Transport Broker v. Car Hauler Business. I have an interest in starting a car hauling business. I do understanding your hesitation regarding someone doing the car hauler business part-time. However, I do want to keep ny full-time job. At least for now. My thought process is to get a Ford 350 and trailer for three cars. I live in Jacksonville, FL and would be looking to work regionally. I would like to have another individual work on a contract basis to keep the truck on the road as much as possible. I need to get a better understanding of the expenses involved both fixed and variable. Also, I need to determine the market. Any insight you may be able to provide would be most beneficial.

    Thank you!


  7. I own a small car hauling company right just a little guy I’m finding it very hard to find good paying loads and keeping my tralier full I’m doing a lot of dead heading I enjoy it very much but not making good money I’m afraid I’m going to have to close it down and don’t want to do u have any tips that mite help save my company I have in runing for 6 mounths now with a 2 car tralier and my Ford diesel pick up

    • Jesse, just looking at this, I think that one of the biggest issues I see is you’re running a 2 car set up. It’s a very difficult game to play. Apart from that, I’d love to talk with you further. Fill out my contact form and I’ll be in touch. Let’s figure this out.


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