smokeyCityTeacher wrote:$35 x 200 x 23 = $161,000 ?
I'm sure what was meant was $35 x 23 = $805 for delivery. Add the cost of the coal & you have the total.
I'm going to mention.... Each person should call and get a price to their location. just because someone pays a particular price for trucking, don't think that price might include you. The price per mile can vary a lot depending on if they can haul something back. If you have a potato farm next door to you and they drop your coal & pick up potatoes, you'll pay less than if they have to go hundreds of miles empty.
PS I see they are just about to change trucking laws & perhaps allow 100,000 pound trucks. Who is ready for a 33 ton TT load? Yowza, now we're talking a load!