Recent lurker, new member, first post. I'm looking into buying quite a few ground routes (more than 8 trucks less than 12) located in a major city with drivers and a manager. Net of over 3K per week after all expenses. This sounds too good to be true so I am in the beginning stages of doing thorough research. If the routes have a manager then who sells a route like this? I know managers can quit and all your drivers can call in sick on the same day and then FedEx wants to terminate your contract, etc. etc. These are the headaches of running a business. Can I assume the owner is having trouble with the conversion to an ISP? I'd like to hear from Ground owners who are ISPs, specifically bbsam and mom on here. It seems as though even offering drivers and a manager a fair wage with benefits and time off an being a somewhat "absentee" owner there is still significant passive income to be made. Info you should probably know if you a planning on responding to this post: 1. I have built a business (in a completely different industry than delivery/logistics) basically from scratch before that now provides me with a regular income that I will either sell if I have to in order to invest in FedEx or that I can have someone run and provide passive income to supplement FedEx. 2. I have worked for the USPS before. Granted it's not FedEx or UPS, but same rose different color. Meaning I have dealt with delivery,management, union, non-union, part time temp employees, regular employees, etc. etc.