Trucking Rates Per Mile 2023, November

Get to know the current freight rates per mile in US and Canada for the month of November by gaining insights into the different truck freight rates, such as Dry Van, Reefer, Flatbed, and cross-border trucking rates.

Dry Van Rates Per Mile

US:

Right now, the average national dry van rate per mile is $2.06, down $0.02 from October ($2.09). And the nation’s load-to-truck ratio is currently 2.11.

At $2.28 per mile, the Midwest has the highest average van rates. The lowest rates are found in the Northeast, where the average rate is $1.87 per mile.

Dry Van Rates Per Mile of November

Canada:

The average dry van rate per mile in Canada is $2.76 CAD.

Reefer Rates Per Mile

US:

Reefer freight rates have increased by $.02 from the October average (2.47) to an average of $2.49 per mile.  A national reefer can hold 2.95 loads-to-truck.

The Midwest region has the highest average reefer rates, at $2.80 per mile. With an average rate of $2.15 per mile, the Northeast has the lowest rates.

Reefer Rates Per Mile of November

Canada:

In Canada, the average reefer rate per mile is $3.19 CAD.

Flatbed Rates Per Mile

US:

The average flatbed rate per mile across the country is currently $2.43, which is $.05 less than the average from October (2.48). As of right now, the ratio of load to truck is 6.36.

At $2.65 per mile on average, the Midwest has the highest flatbed rates, while the West has the lowest average, at $2.24 per mile.

Flatbed Rates Per Mile of November

Canada:

The average flatbed rate per mile is $3.14 CAD.

Comparison of US Canada Trucking Rates Per Mile

TYPEUSA (In USD)CANADA (In USD)COMPARISON
Dry Van Rates Per Mile$2.06$1.99US: ⬆︎$0.07Canada: ⬇︎$0.07
Reefer Rates Per Mile$2.49$2.30US: ⬆︎$0.19Canada: ⬇︎$0.19
Flatbed Rates Per Mile$2.43$2.26US: ⬆︎$0.17Canada: ⬇︎$0.17 

Top Cross border lane rates for October

I Ontario to Pennsylvania 

The Ontario region has three major markets: Toronto, London, and Ottawa, and the Pennsylvania region has four markets: Allentown, Harrisburg, Philadelphia, and Pittsburgh.

  • Philadelphia has the lowest average rate per mile of $2.19, while Pittsburgh has the highest average rate per mile of $2.91 among the lanes that go from Toronto to Pennsylvania.
  • The Pittsburgh market leads all lanes starting from London to Pennsylvania with an average rate per mile of $2.9. With an average payment of only $2.14 per mile throughout this period, the Philadelphia market paid the least.
  • Out of all the routes from Ottawa to Pennsylvania, the Allentown market has the highest average of $3.45, and with just $2.72 per mile the Pittsburgh market paid the least.

The following chart represents the trucking rates per mile for both the towards and backhaul lanes from Ontario to Pennsylvania:

Ontario to Pennsylvania trucking rates per mile November

II Ontario to New Jersey

The Ontario region comprises three primary markets, namely Toronto, London, and Ottawa, while the New Jersey region has one market, the Elizabeth market. The Ottawa to Elizabeth market becomes the highest paid market with an average of $2.86 dollars.

Below is a representation of the trucking rates per mile for all lanes leading from Ontario to New Jersey in November:

Ontario to New Jersey trucking rates per mile November

III Ontario to Connecticut

The only market in the Connecticut area is Hartford. With an average rate per mile of $2.85, the market from Ottawa to Hartford pays the highest, while the Toronto to Hartford market pays the lowest of $2.21.

The chart below shows the trucking rates per mile from Ontario to Connecticut:

Ontario to Connecticut rates per mile November

IV Ontario to Massachusetts

Boston and Springfield are the two markets in Massachusetts. Ottawa to Springfield has the highest average rate per mile of $2.69, while Toronto to Springfield being the lowest of $2.07.

The below chart represents the towards and backhaul trucking rates per mile for the month of November:

Ontario to Massachusetts trucking rates November

That’s a wrap for November. Refer to our previous blog to know the October month’s trucking rates per mile.

Note: All data has been taken from DAT. For further information, visit their official website.

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