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Dry Run Fees

Charged when a cargo pickup fails to occur because the load was not ready for pick-up, resulting in a dry, or empty trailer, for the driver.

What are Dry Run Fees?

Dry Run Fees are charged by carriers for the failure of a shipper to provide a load for pickup on time. This can happen as a result of communication, lateness, or a failed cargo release. 

Dry Run Fees typically cost $75-$150 per run. These fees can be charged in addition to accessorial fees, such as demurrage and detention. 

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