Trip planning is much easier when you’re not inconvenienced by public transportation schedules. Towing your own wheels means you won’t find yourself in a situation where you’re pushing hard, perhaps too hard, to make a delivery in a timeframe which accommodates someone else’s timeline. It also means you will completely avoid the misery of a public bus or train station. Drivers have had wonderful trips only to end up in uncomfortably spending the night in an unguarded bus or train terminal exposed to every human vice imaginable. Yuck! Get your own wheels.
Bus and Train fare, not to mention Air fare, has been on the rise and will likely rise some more. A 240 mile trip on a bus costs $53, on a train it costs $83. A 4 hour car trip, the bus will take about 8 hours and the train about 6. That’s if everything is working normally. The same trip in your car would take 4hours and cost $20 to $30 in gas.
(By the way, don’t forget you’ll also need cab fare when using buses, planes and trains!)
Does your public transportation ticket allow you to easily alter transportation plans when a juicy, sweet-paying re-load pops up en-route to your delivery point? Probably not. A tow car does. Time and Money. How much is yours worth? A tow car empowers you to make easy changes in your travel plans.
Personal vehicles deployed in a business enterprise afford numerous tax deductions. We’re not accountants, but we are taxpayers therefore we like deductions. We think you will too! Check with your tax preparer to learn more about these.
Comfort and Convenience:
Have you ever had the good fortune of losing the empty bus seat next to you to a crazy junky with a respiratory infection? Gross right? Well, get use to it if you’re planning on spending much time on a public bus line. We like the idea of total control, not only of your travel schedule, but also of your travel environment. A tow car will provide a safe, clean place for a nap when your batteries get too low.