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Mon - Fri 8:00am - 8:00pm

Work with EAS-E Auto Services: We do not hire anyone for any reason, we do however offer limited liability partnerships. Interested? Read on!

Currently we do not hire anyone but, we offer opportunities for motivated, dedicated, and self driven transporters that want a small team to work with.

Ever tried to start up a business then found you either were overwhelmed by doing well, or splitting the time between self management and doing the work keeping up was not possible?


CDLA driver, Non CDL drivers, and 1099 Dispatcher

CDL-A Driver for Auto Hauling

Do you have a DOT#, a DBA, a MC#, equipment at least a 1 ton truck and single or more capacity trailer?

Possibly starting up full or part time while working a W2 job? Do you have automotive experience? Auto hauling is not freight hauling cars are delicate, stubborn, do not always run and some experience is needed to safely haul vehicles. If you have towing or semi experience and willing to learn auto hauling contact for a self reliant with backup position. Things you need to work with us:

1) Pre work drug screen, and ongoing random screening as required by USDOT.

2) Non cdl you need a towing endorsement, experience is preferred but, if trainable we can train you. If you have equipment to use, and are willing to train. No discrimination if you want to learn auto hauling and work with us as a limited liability partner contact us. 585-978-1910

3) If you do not have a established business structure, or DOT criteria for interstate transport, and a big one insurance for auto transport we can contact our agent about adding you on. On our insurance we have the final say on whether you start, stay on or not. Accidents, tickets, or issues with customers would be causes to end our business relation. Being careful and courteous would go a long way to a profitable partnership. In that you have no liability to our work, except what you handle of that. Unlike mega carriers lease on systems we encourage you to add on your own work, just let us know when you can haul. FT/PT, days of the week, how many hours, mileage range, that's up to you.

We do our best to keep pace with all legalities, have fuel cards as needed, are not your boss if you need days off you set your own schedule. Keep us advised of when you are or where you are going.

What's the catch and/or cost? 5% dispatch fee (may increase with a long term dispatch partner), 5% company investment fee. You retain 90% of haul revenues, unless using our fuel cards then that is deducted as well. If under any of our insurance or DOT authority those costs and obligations as well (IE: HUT, IFTA, HVUT taxes), registration to IRP. All parts of legally conducting interstate transporting. 

Things we look for: Experience towing, driving especially with trailers, suggested is at least a 2 car trailer, you can make some but, not much with a single car trailer. CDL experience is a plus A or B operating large CMV's took training and you should know FMCSA governs what we can or cannot do. It can also shut us down if we are not in compliance, or impose fines as they see appropriate. A good driving record we will also require a abstract for review. A 10yr history. If you took your license seriously you shouldn't have a number of tickets and accidents. 

The dispatch fee is for either a hired on 1099 dispatcher or the owner to find you work to do. A low price to check in and get hauling. It's only $50 of every thousand in haul work. 

The company fee is towards the cost of marketing, and creation of this company. Our work is to be invoiced on our tow forms, business cards handed out, this site, and load board fees charged monthly. 

4) The part you want to know, what can I make? If you run a 2 car hauler full time-FT for a trucker is 50-70 hours a week post fees, fuel, tolls etc. You can anticipate $500-$1000 a week. A 3 car haul trailer increases that by 50% or $750-$1500 a week. It isn't a job with set hours or rates. Typically dealer fees are $.60-$1.00 a mile per car, empty parts of runs is $0. The more customers we service, the more the trailers are loaded. Recent history provides being loaded 40-60% of all miles. Average dealer haul off a load board is $.70 a mile per car. Full time running weekly is 2000-2500 miles. That works out to about $1.05 per every mile with direct expenses at around $.40 a mile. Retained is $.65 a mile * 2000 = $1300 less 10% fees. $1170 a week.

 As communication improves, the more you will be loaded. Dispatching can be improved on. 

That's just too much to figure all out? This is as easy as it gets, on your own you find all this out by trial and error, possibly not figure it out and cease operating. Here you get advice, assistance to keep loaded more often, learn loading procedures, trucking advice, and tips on how to live on the road. Typically 2-3 day runs then home, unless you limit that, or want to go further.

See you make you choices, there's not really a boss, you run your rig, your way, and have backup.  

No discrimination on physical abilities but, a note cars may not run requiring pushing them out of a parking space, or recovery with a winch, snatch blocks, chains etc.. You need to be able assess solutions car experience is preferred as sometimes they need a jumpstart, lockout, low tires, in tight lots where trucks do not always fit. We are focusing our efforts towards auctions and dealers lots. Ramps weigh about 20-40 lbs each. Ratchets have to be tightened down. Balance above ground on a ladder to secure straps on upper parts of trailer, climb up, and back down without injury.   

Military experience preferred but, not necessary if multiple drivers send resumes it is a preference, Marines top choice, owner is a honorably discharged US Marine. 

If you're qualified send a resume or call to set up a meeting with a resume in hand. No discrimination Man or Woman if you can handle physical work, are self motivated and driven you may be the first. 

Recent work additions went from bidding on sporatic work to when can you get it done, in volume. Typical runs are a couple days out between NY-OH 2-3, prefer another state that is also available, if you are ok with further reaching such as into the south that can be discussed and added. Also depends on equipment available.

Currently a 2014 single axle sleeper automatic Volvo 435 hp acquired 6/2019 reconditioned by Penske trucks of Orlando, 3 car 2019 Kaufman 50 ft wedge trailer. Maintenance shop is a 1/2 mile down the street. If you need a wiper or bulb the ability to do that yourself on the road is better than a ticket.  

30 days reassessed. If doing well you stay, if it isn't working out cease partnership. Disclaimer: if anything stated goes against any policy of state refer it to public policy. 

HOS work within hours, owner note I'd rather if you're tired to stop at 12 hours than push you to the max. Your safety and that of others outweighs sales. We need to get work done, but if tired rest. Safety first. Drive 60-65 vs racing even if speed limit is higher. Cars make trailers top heavy speed control is crucial to safe operation. You do need to keep a logbook on top of ELD. ELD's often times fail to work properly so you need a record of duty status on hand. Have some patience as all required things and more will be added.


1099 Dispatcher is needed as well. Work from home, the coffee shop, wherever. Must have a computer (smartphones or tablets can be used), skills to use it, and people skills as well. Offer is 5% of sales generated. Have some familiarity with trucking, dispatching and taking on work as is possible.  Simply put be able to be honest with customers when and how fast we can get cars loaded and to them. Relay pickup slips as needed to driver on duty. Coordinate with the driver progress. Bad weather can slow down drivers and does in the northeast often. Map skills help as well. It isn't rocket science we move cars from A to B then driver needs to load with as little empty driving as possible as no one earns on empty. 

This cannot be assessed at hourly. A good dispatcher will make a few calls, relay data to the driver, and can make a $500 or $1000 sale with under a hour of efforts.  Later sales could take 5 minutes on rehires relaying needed data for the same sale. The better we respond to customer needs the more units will be operating. Long term position will also give the same share benefits below. Hourly rates would underpay a good to great dispatcher. I may be able to steer other transporters your way as well. To be discussed. After the first 30 days if doing well increase of 1%, after a year 1% increase, thereafter .5% every 6 months up to 10% of loads. With a growing clientele and drivers hauling you can earn a very good living from home, the coffee shop, a beach, wherever. Picking out a few good pay loads can put a driver sales at 500-1000 a day. As it grows 5 drivers puts 250 a day in your hands. Estimates are one dispatcher per 5 trucks/drivers is close to full time work. You will be using your own skills, equipment, can add other's work and as understood this is a 1099 work resource for you. You do not need to clock in anywhere, and continuation is contingent on your abilities. Each sale is your sale. As long as you are not using our load resources to give to others, or steering our customers to others, that would be theft and void relations immediately. If in any opposition to public policy reverting to hourly position it would be at no more than driver stated rates. Estimated is lower income potential. This is not cold calling or selling what someone doesn't want. What it is is looking on a load board for what customers want done, need a hauler to get it done, making a call, and relaying information needed to go to dealer lots, or auctions. The driver needs that data to keep rolling. Drivers doing this lose driving time, which decreases sales ability. You are a valuable part of the business. Often times a posting of one vehicle is really multiple ones, so with little effort the estimated sale is multiplied. Along with what you earn. We run between a certain range of cities/states and these searches are where you find the work. Only 3 state range there is often over a hundred of listings to choose from. That is one site, we also have a 2nd site to bid against others to work off of. Keeping up is more of a challenge than gaining work. 

Company goals: After a year company stock/stake in company shares as a loyalty bonus. Example is 100 of 100,000 shares. Adding 50 shares each year thereafter to limit of 500 shares per year. Negotiable within reason. I do not want job hoppers without loyalty to success. If you help build it, you should have a stake in the success of a company. You gain ownership here. This is a old school approach the business world has forgotten.  Ceasing later limits to 75% current value at that time buyback if desired, as monies are available. Personal goal is to retire after 10 years turning over the company to it's partial owners with some residual income resources. With growth it works out to a decent periodic bonus. If the company makes $100K in a year and you own 1% the payout is $1000. Ever work for another company that claims they make little as they expand spending hundreds of thousands and owners are driving multiple expensive vehicles, yeah me too. Work efforts help their family, but what about yours? Businesses are nothing without a workforce with a desire to succeed, they should benefit by this. In the event of a buyout the workforce that has made a company valuable should benefit by it. The approach is give a decent income, periodic bonusses, and a long-term benefit. This is how businesses used to work. This is how mine will for those that want better than make a corporation well off and you struggle. 

Stock in ownership 5% of your sales are credited towards ownership. True stake in the company. This is the basis for a return on your investment, the 5% fee for o/op drivers, and dispatcher. 


Sound like something you want to be a part of? Call or send a resume  585-978-1910 email, set up a meet, and let's get hauling! 

If you'd rather all the benefits of a long time in business that has ironed out all the kinks there's always "welcome to smily mart" or ding your fries are done, or some trucking company slave driving you til you're ready to pass out behind the wheel. Here set your pace, you are your boss. As long as you get what's needed done you are a true owner/operator. I make no pretense about being PC I'm the owner/operator with over a half million safe miles down and I'll be in the trenches right beside you. If you like what's offered call, email a resume.  Let's meet and work out the details to get you rolling.