Several tractor trailers. Thats Sunshine, not Sunrise, lol. Not the wrong Website. Consulting, not owning. One of those trucks got sold about 5 weeks ago, another one is on it's way as well. Not sure what the story on the third one is yet. Pretty much (and this has been my opinion for a while) the big trucks weren't making any money, just churning dollars over. So many trucking outfits in town, either big trucking companies, or construction companies. That's what I've been saying, can just get your equipment/materials dropped off, no real need to DIY. Similar situation in Utah soo many landscapers just have nissan frontiers ( I call them wheel barrow carriers) everything else just shows up to the job site. But that's kinda the point of my post. Hard to sell off something you honestly don't need and isn't making much money per se. Because you got this weird feeling you might need it. Brain says "numbers don't lie, get rid of it" Gut says "hold on tight, you've always had it, keep it! You might need it" even tho . you;re not making money with it. It's hard for him to let the big rigs go. Years ago, you couldn't do business with out the big rigs. Because you couldn't sub, everyone was booked. So you had to get your own. But now things are becoming saturated and it's dang hard to find drivers to man the CDL trucks in the first place. Especially since the full time trucking outfits pay better and have more miles. In a landscaping company, you might expect the driver to also run a loader, or maybe run a F450 with a gooseneck (also reacquires a CDL A) But they don't WANT to do that, they just want to sit in the big cab all day. And with so many big trucking outfits, they can the jobs are out there. The flip side of that now is, you can call anyone you want to haul your materials or equipment for you, for darn near what you could haul it yourself. Especially when you factor in the issue of management time. Old habits die hard tho . "what if" things get stupid busy, or companies go under and I can't get trucking anymore, and I sold my trucks?? That's the mental wrestling match.