After getting out of the military I toyed with the idea of doing fulltime lawncare and landscaping because I've always done some on the side but I went to work for a equipment rental outfit instead. I love the work and I'm good at it, but my boss one of those guys who is a huge jerk because he can for no particular reason. He'll treat you like crap over nothing and then 5 minutes later he'll try to be your buddy. He does it to everyone there and I got sick of it last year so I spent all of my extra money on brand new equipment and now I'm only about 2 months away from leaving that thankless jerk behind and venturing off on my own. I feel sorry for people who are foolish enough to spend the rest of their lives putting up with that crap. Anyways the main question I have for the professionals is I have a 3/4 truck that burns alot of gas. I'm not sure how the whole tax right-off thing works. Can I get fuel break when do my taxes or should I start looking for smaller rig. I just don't want all my profits to be lost in gas prices.