Freight Capacity Restrictions: Hotshot trailers usually max out at 40 feet in length, which means they are limited in the weight they can legally carry – 16,500 lbs.
How much weight can a non CDL hotshot haul?
What is the limit? The restrictions for non-CDL hotshot trucking jobs are as follows: you are not permitted to operate any vehicle with a gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) of more than 26,000 lbs.
How much does a 40ft hotshot trailer weigh?
24900# GVWR – 9500# trailer weight = 15400# carrying capacity. Torque tube.
How much is the average hotshot load?
Generally speaking, hot shot hauling rates are around $1.50 per mile. Some jobs, typically urgent ones, pay as much as $2 per mile, but they are not common. This is balanced by loads with a more typical minimum of $1 to $1.25 per mile.