Smith hopes the course will be helpful to anyone interested but, in particular, to disenfranchised communities.
“A target audience is anybody that’s from a disenfranchised community,” Smith said. “A lot of times we go to prison or make bad decisions, because of our economic situation. And I see how lucrative the trucking industry can be and, of course, it’s not like an easy route either, but you can start with a truck one day and make money the next day, whether you are profitable or not depends, but you’ll definitely be able to make money with it. So, we just wanted to create something where not only you can make money, but make some profits too at the same time.”