If your hard up for the money then take the work but you will not be keeping this account when you get jobs closer to home. It's a money loser with employees and barely palatable solo. Then comes the fuel costs most only get around 10 mpg towing a trailer so thats 20-25 dollars in fuel there plus another gallon to the job so you could be driving out there to make 20 dollars. Then that needs to cover your repairs your tires your brakes your replacement costs for equipment.
As I said if your hard up for the money and minimum wage looks good to you then do what you must. There is no shame in that but you also have the ability to say no if its not economically viable.