New owners of a small trucking business in Adelaide can now start getting paid by Isuzug in exchange for services that they can now sell to anyone else for a fraction of the cost.
In the past, a small business could get paid a small fee to transport goods for their business, which meant they could only make a few cents a day.
However, in July this year, the State Government announced that it was introducing a new tax credit for small businesses that provide trucking services, and that it would also be able to sell those services to other businesses.
The new service is called Isuzumobile, and it allows people to rent a truck and drive to anywhere they want in Australia, or to have a cab transported for them, as long as they pay for the service.
The trucking industry was a significant part of Mr Gorman’s early life.
He and his wife moved to Adelaide in 1989, with Mr Goyer going into the business when he was 19.
Mr Gorman and his son were able to buy their first truck after that, but after a couple of years they realised they didn’t like the trucking lifestyle.
“We were doing about 200 miles per week, and we wanted to get to a better place,” Mr Goya said.
They bought a new truck, and they went into the truck business to get away from the life that they were living.
As the years went by, Mr Goysons business grew, and in 2011 he purchased a company called Oats to sell their trucking and delivery services.
It was a hard decision to make, because they had worked hard for so long.
But Mr Goyas daughter, Lisa, is the one who wanted to help, and she has also joined in the truck rental business.
She and her husband had been driving trucks for over 10 years, and had been doing it for over 20 years.
So, Mr Gilloy decided to make a business out of it.
Lisa and her partner, Brian, were able, after a long process of trial and error, to find the right truck rental service to work out the best arrangement for the business.
They bought an 18 wheeler truck, but they wanted something that would allow them to go everywhere, so they also bought a cab.
Then they rented the cab for around $200 a day, which was a very reasonable amount of money.
Once they got it, they decided that the truck was the best thing to do.
“It was easy to rent the truck,” Mr Gillo said.
“The truck was much bigger than we expected, and the cab was big, so we could use that to our advantage and be able get to any place we wanted.
After a couple months, they were getting around $180 a day.”
Mr Goyos truck is now about the size of a football field, and he said the cab is easy to manoeuvre.
I had to be able, because it was not the right size for me, to get out of the cab,” he said.
In order to get a cab, the business needed to provide their own driver, and hire someone to drive the truck.
To do this, they rented a truck that could drive up to 100 kilometres a day with a maximum speed of about 65 kilometres an hour, and a top speed of 75 kilometres an hours.
With that in mind, the driver would be paid a $200 fee every day, and would need to rent their own cab.
They also rented the truck to a family member of their trucker partner.
For this, the truck would have to be serviced every day by someone from the family.
There was a requirement that the driver needed to be an Australian citizen, or had a driving licence.”
So, the foreign national had to pay for all the maintenance and repairs that they needed to make to the truck.””
That was a big hassle.”
So, the foreign national had to pay for all the maintenance and repairs that they needed to make to the truck.
“The trucker was a single father of three children, and lived in Adelaide with his wife and young son.
While it was a bit of a hassle renting the truck, he said it was worth it because he could be back in his family home, with a steady income.”
I love my family, so I wanted to stay here and help them,” he told ABC Radio Adelaide.”
That’s why I wanted a small vehicle.
“After that, the company grew and Mr Gogos started making a living selling trucks.
When the tax credit was introduced, Mr Gioyas business grew again.
A year later, Mr and Ms Goyes son moved to Perth, and bought a small house, and then they rented it out to a friend.
That friend rented it back out to Mr and Mrs Goy