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Owner-Operators Buy Mostly On Price

January 24, 2000

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Nearly 70% of owner-operators say the deciding factor in purchases is price, according to a recent study.

RoadStar's Profile of the Interstate Trucker, Part II Buying & Maintenance Practices, also found that 50% also cited engine type, reliability and cab comfort as key factors.
The study provides additional information on the buying practices of owner-operators. It is available free of charge to advertisers in Newport media. Non-advertisers can purchase the study for $250. Contact Joanne Costin, director of marketing services at [email protected]

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