The best way to make money while still having your flatbed maintained, patched, repaired or otherwise 'down' is to schedule runs in between your hauls. One thing many newer drivers don't realize is that the best way to keep themselves moving is to schedule pickups or drop-offs where their regular maintenance or fixes are needed.
A common type of repair job we see at Tarpstop is usually a 'patch' job for a slight tear in the tarp. This may seem
With the New Years right around the corner you are probably getting ready to spring into action to make the most of 2020. For truck drivers and fleets, the new year is a great time to set the pace of your business for the coming year. Before you do you might consider reading below to see some of the things that you might want to be aware of before starting out.
When starting with a Flip System, it may seem rudimentary or almost self-explanatory what one would need. However, you'd be amazed at how many people forget the basics.
Mistake #1: Choosing the wrong tarp material. The devil is in the details! When transporting your load from one site to another, the tarp can play a pivotal role. The most commonly suggested material for the tarp would be the mesh tarp as opposed to vinyl.
When you're getting into the trucking industry, and you're looking at how to cover your loads. What are the key indicators that you use to make sure you are making the right choice? More often than not, some of the simplest things can cause costly issues down the road if not addressed right away.
Repairs, Patches and Fix Up's The first thing on a driver's mind
Black Friday has come and gone, but not the holiday savings that came with it. This year we wanted to take the spirit of giving and pass it on....to you the customer. We are cutting the prices on a number of items as a way of thanking you for being so loyal.
From November 29th through December 31st Tarpstop is holding the savings of the century. With discounts on transport chain, ratchet straps, trailer winches and more, these are the deal's