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The Extra Mile.

We strive to go the extra mile for our customers.  We will do whatever is within our ability to deliver on time, every time.  There are many road blocks out there.  Many people have never driven from one side of the country to the other.  Let alone in an oversize and overweight tractor-trailer sometimes in excess of 200,000 lbs.  Truck drivers face a plethora of hurdles they have to get over to deliver on time.  Road side vehicle inspections, permit routing restrictions, weather conditions, loading delays, road closures, vehicle regulations, mechanical failures, traffic accidents, and hours of service restrictions are just a handful of what a driver can encounter on a single trip.  Here at BTI, we will do whatever it takes to deliver your load to its destination when it needs to be there while maintaining compliance with federal law and still providing a safe transit environment for your cargo as well as other motorists we share the road with.  Sometimes, going the extra mile literally means adding hundreds of miles to our route, increasing driving hours, transit time and fuel expenses in order to detour a road closure, weight or width restriction, or just nasty weather to satisfy a delivery. 

The Extra Mile.

We strive to go the extra mile for our customers.  We will do whatever is within our ability to deliver on time, every time.  There are many road blocks out there.  Many people have never driven from one side of the country to the other.  Let alone in an oversize and overweight tractor-trailer sometimes in excess of 200,000 lbs.  Truck drivers face a plethora of hurdles they have to get over to deliver on time.  Road side vehicle inspections, permit routing restrictions, weather conditions, loading delays, road closures, vehicle regulations, mechanical failures, traffic accidents, and hours of service restrictions are just a handful of what a driver can encounter on a single trip.  Here at BTI, we will do whatever it takes to deliver your load to its destination when it needs to be there while maintaining compliance with federal law and still providing a safe transit environment for your cargo as well as other motorists we share the road with.  Sometimes, going the extra mile literally means adding hundreds of miles to our route, increasing driving hours, transit time and fuel expenses in order to detour a road closure, weight or width restriction, or just nasty weather to satisfy a delivery. 

 Believe us, we have no desire to be the reason your load doesn’t show up on time.  Our drivers get paid for keeping freight moving.  We all have bills to pay and mouths to feed.  If the wheels ain’t turning, we ain’t earning.  Meaning, if your load isn’t rolling down the road, we’re not putting food on our table. 

As important as it is to keep the wheels spinning, delays are sometimes inevitable. We can’t control everything.  We’re talking about millions of miles of open road out there.  At BTI, we pride ourselves in our communication excellence.  If the inevitable happens, we will be sure to notify you immediately of the delay so that you can make the necessary arrangements.  All of our trucks are equipped with GPS satellite tracking and our drivers all carry internet capable smart phones so you can know where your load is at any time and get driver status updates with just a quick phone call. 

“The bitterness of a late delivery will long outlive the sweetness of the lowest bid.”

     Let’s face it, most of our daily purchasing decisions are based on price.  Most business owners are looking for the lowest bid to save a few bucks.  This can lead to disaster.  The lowest bidder still has to make money, too.  So what corners is the lowest bidder cutting to turn a profit?  Are they providing enough insurance to protect your cargo?  Can they afford to hire experienced drivers that can deliver on time?  Is their equipment clean and reliable? 

     Sometimes the lowest bid generates the highest cost.  Don’t be fooled by cheap rates and deals that are too good to be true.  This is a “get what you pay for” industry.  

     We own a fleet of brand new, top of the line tractors and trailers.  We comply with strict federal maintenance and safety guidelines.  We only hire the most knowledgeable and experienced drivers that pass extensive driver and criminal background checks as well as substance abuse testing.  We carry a $500,000 insurance policy to protect your cargo.  We’re not just transporting your load, we’re providing you peace of mind.  What is your time worth if you’re waiting for your load to arrive?

Safety is Free. 

     Every business has an objective; something they’re working to achieve.  But every business also has a main priority.  It’s safety. Our main priority at BTI is safety.  Our motto is, “Safety is Free.”  Maybe not all of the safety gear we carry standard on our equipment, but the concept of safety is free to everyone.  We rigorously train our drivers on everything safety related, big and small, from vehicle operation, cargo control, and proper protective gear, to loading and unloading procedures, and signaling lane changes.  And it doesn’t stop there.  Mandatory safety training occurs on a monthly basis as well as daily and weekly reminders of safety related issues we’ve faced. 

     We operate the biggest vehicles that travel down the road.  We feel it is our responsibility to keep all motorists safe alongside of us on the highway.  All of our equipment is governed lower than the posted speed limit in most states.  All of our drivers are monitored for performance, efficiency, critical events, hours of service, and vehicle inspections to ensure they are following all of the safety guidelines set forth by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration as well as a few others set by BTI, just for good measure. 

     We won’t stand to jeopardize the safety of your cargo or our driver to meet unreasonable deadlines for a cheap reward.  If we can’t transport it safely, we won’t agree to it.