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Independent Contractor Classification

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Owner operators who are paid by the hour will be considered employees in a court of law while drivers paid by the load or mile are truly independent.

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Owner operators who are paid by the hour will be considered employees in a court of law while drivers paid by the load or mile are truly independent.

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Drivers who own or lease their own trucks separate from the motor carrier are truly independent contractors.

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Drivers who own or lease their own trucks separate from the motor carrier are truly independent contractors.

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Drivers who can choose to refuse loads without any penalty are truly independent contractors.

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Drivers who can choose to refuse loads without any penalty are truly independent contractors.

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Drivers that have autonomy over where and when to buy fuel and service their trucks are truly independent contractors.

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Drivers that have autonomy over where and when to buy fuel and service their trucks are truly independent contractors.

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Owner operators and employees must be treated differently with clearly defined job responsibilities.   

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