Truck Repair Lending to the Rescue!
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We all heard the sirens and seen the flashing lights as we drive down the road. Emergency vehicles like firetrucks, ambulances, and police cars speeding down the interstate to an emergency. As much was we all try to avoid them, emergencies happen. Accidents happen. If you are on the road every day, you are going to eventually see accidents and emergencies.
In financial terms, owner operators have financial emergencies as well. These emergencies are caused by a variety of situations - unexpected repairs, delays in receiving factoring money, weather emergencies that delay delivery or pickup of a load and delay your payment, or an accident caused by an uninsured driver where you need money for the deductible. These emergencies are a natural part of being a driver.
Did you know, according to a recent study released by Bankrate.com, that 66 million Americans have no emergency fund whatsoever? That is roughly 1 in 4 working adults that don't have access to emergency funds - $1,000, $3,000, or $5,000.
At Big Rig Lending, we are in the Rescue business. We want to step up and help during these stressful times of emergencies. We want to help the folks who don't have that Emergency fund.
Here's how we can come to your rescue:
- Fast Fundings - We can fund new transactions within 24-48 hours. Start to finish. With 10 minutes on the phone and 4 pictures, we can start the process to get you the money you need.
- No Inspection - At Big Rig, we do not require an onsite inspection. If your truck is in the shop, we can get you the funds you need to get your truck out of the shop and get you back on the road.
- Extra Cash - Maybe you need a little extra cash to begin to build your own personal emergency fund back up. We can help you unlock some of the capital you have tied up in your Big Rig.
Let Big Rig Lending be your Emergency Vehicle. Let us be there with the help and assistance you need in those times of emergencies.
BIG RIG LENDING TO THE RESCUE!!!
Posted on Thu, December 22, 2016
by Brian May