faqs

Using the Tool

QRS will return “Does Not Qualify” instead of a price range when the cargo exceeds dimensions that are best handled by contacting a carrier directly.

Category: Using the Tool

QRS returns a price range for one simple reason: There is no such thing as “the going rate”. We all know that some companies will haul for less than others. Other companies will charge more to haul the same load. Smaller trucking companies that operate in outside of city limits have lower overhead costs than large trucking companies with executives and box seats at the local sports stadium to entertain customers. Paying for all of those overhead costs boils down to one simple thing: rate per mile. And, that varies from carrier to carrier.



Category: Using the Tool

Three rates represented by low, mid and high capture a snapshot of the current market flatbed rates.

Category: Using the Tool

After obtaining your rates per mile from your load board, agent or fellow truckers, you input the rates per mile and your packing list to quickly get market pricing for your load.

Category: Using the Tool

After obtaining your rates per mile from your load board, agent or fellow truckers, you input the rates per mile and your packing list to quickly get market pricing for your load.

Category: Using the Tool

Which price you use to estimate or what you offer a carrier is up to you. If you are paying the transportation costs, then you want performance at the lowest possible price. If you’re a carrier, then you want the most for your truck that you can get to haul the load. But, keep this one simple market principle in mind – fewer carriers will want to haul your cargo at the lower price range than at the higher end. Let the good times roll.


Category: Using the Tool

In the dashboard, click “Update Package”. Select the package. Click “Complete Purchase”. Your credit card will automatically be charged. You will receive a pop up box to that confirms your purchase has been successful.

Category: Using the Tool

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