Reviews of Trip Sheet Central by Truckers

In May 2010, we received a request for a review of Trip Sheet Central (website) from Eddie Gichuhi through his Twitter account to us via our Twitter account. Vicki explained in a series of reply tweets:

Thanks for wanting a review of your product on our site. We're not owner-operators, so we would not use this product ourselves. However,...

we are interested in having others who have used the product provide an informational (not promotional) review for us on our site. What...

we can possibly do is put a list of the features of your product on a page of our site and let others who have used it and evaluate them...

Please respond to let us know if this is acceptable to you. We're looking to help professional truck drivers save money. Thanks.

Eddie responded that he would appreciate that very much. He offered to send the demo login and feature list, which we requested and he sent. This information enabled us to go up and look at various parts of what Trip Sheet Central (TSC) offers.

We must issue the disclaimer that we are not users of this "web-based truck-business management suite," nor are we likely to ever be users of it. As of this writing (May 2010), we are unaware of any of their competitors but welcome the opportunity to have our readers review their products or services also. We are all about saving money for truck drivers.

Trip Sheet Central (TSC) has greatly changed their website since then. They describe what they do this way:

Trip Sheet Central (TSC) is a web-based truck-business management program designed specifically for Truck Carrier Operations.

We do Fuel Tax, Trip Sheets, Bookkeeping, Accounting Statements, and more for: Owner Operators, Independent Drivers, and Fleet Owners

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Do you use Trip Sheet Central? Do you know its pros and cons? Review it!

In consideration of the professional truck drivers for whom our site is geared, reviews will only be accepted by those who are both currently employed as professional truck drivers and are current users of Trip Sheet Central.

Here's the minimum we're asking for in your review:

  • Your first name and the first letter of your last name (or full name if you prefer);

  • Your state (where you live or are domiciled);

  • The capacity in which you are using Trip Sheet Central: owner-operator/lease purchase, independent (having your own authority) or company driver;

  • The number of months or years that you've used Trip Sheet Central (TSC);

  • On a scale of 1 to 5 (with 5 being high), your response to:
    Does TSC do everything it claims to do?

  • On a scale of 1 to 5 (with 5 being high), your response to:
    How well does TSC meet your needs?

  • On a scale of 1 to 5 (with 5 being high), your response to:
    To what extent do you feel that TSC provides you with a valuable service for your money?

  • Please explain which part(s) of TSC is/are your favorite(s) (such as Business Snapshot or anything under the Trip Sheet Central tab, Company Reports tab, Trip Expenses tab, Operating Expenses tab, Statements tab, or Tools tab).

  • Please explain which part(s) of TSC could be made better and why you feel that way.

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