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I read in another forum that a guy had a ride from Okc to Tulsa. He tolk the total of the ride and deducted $20 for gas and thinks he made $69 profit. Well...100 miles to Tulsa and then 100 miles back to Okc. Too many drivers think they make money when they don't. They forget to count depreciation on the car, reserve fund for repairs that will happen and remember we have to pay income tax too. At the rate we get per mile, it's a joke. Cash flow may be good and you have cash to pay some bills by someday you will need to pay out for repairs or buy tires, that's when you find out the true profit your making.