Owner / Operators

Whether you have one truck or a small fleet, we can maximize your weekly revenue.

Our Core Values:

Consistency | Revenue you can guarantee week-to-week and month-to-month.

Accuracy | We book loads according to your weight and regional restrictions.

Availability | Our dedicated team is ready to dispatch trucks 24-hours a day.

Honesty | Open and transparent with owners and drivers about rates.

Flexibility | Get back home when you want and never forced dispatch.

Go where the money is

Owners & drivers are our customers, not shippers. That means, our priority is getting you the best loads, not picking up a shipper's order every day. We get you to the lanes and areas that are paying the highest per mile.

Our numbers,
and what they say.

Average miles/week

Our over-the-road drivers cover all 48-states and stay out five-days or more.

Median dollar per mile (dry van)

In a seven-day period, we strive to average above two dollars per mile for all miles driven, including empty miles. Other types of equipment will average higher.

Weight per load (pounds)

No driver likes heavy loads, but the good paying hauls are usually full truckloads. We try to keep the weight of the loads as light as possible.

Work with your equipment,
or use ours.

Dry Van
Dry Van
Power Only
Power Only

What do real owner operators
think of us?

“They have an amazing team that cares about me and my company. BigRig Dispatchers helped us go from leasing on our trucks to getting our own authority. I have added three trucks with them and they've never had my drivers waiting around for a load in two years.”

Marcos Valtea

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