Truck Associations

Truck Associations of America

If you are looking for an organization that cares about truck drivers and the industry that governs their work, you should join a trucking association. A trucking association is dedicated to promoting sound public policies and working for the safety of all drivers. These associations are open to anyone wanting to join. These trucking associations exist so that truck drivers will have a common platform on which to voice their opinions and beliefs concerning the changes in the industry. would like to encourage you to join a trucking association that will look out for your best interest and the best interest of the trucking industry. By joining a trucking association you will be a member of an organization that will promote driver safety, provide educational opportunities, and promote a healthy working environment. Please take the time to review our listings and join a trucking association that is right for you.

A trucking association list for each state is available by clicking the state name. Take the time to make inquiries into each one you are interested in to see what they offer you. Thank you for choosing to be your first choice for all your trucking needs.

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Engine Manufacturer's Assn.

401 North Michigan Ave
Chicago, IL

Professional Drivers of America

PO Box 2135
Sandy, UT

Michigan Trucking Association

1131 Centennial Way
Lansing, MI

Oklahoma Trucking Assn.

PO Box 14620
Oklahoma City, OK

Association of Diesel Specialists

10 Laboratory Dr. PO Box 13966
Research Triangle Park, NC

Transportation Sales & Marketing Association

500 Westpark Drive Suite 300
Peachtree City, GA

Utah Motor Transport Association

975 W. 2100 South
Salt Lake City, UT

North American Logistics Assoc.

1300 West Higgins, Suite 111
Park Ridge, IL

Indiana Motor Truck Association

One N. Capitol, Suite 460
Indianapolis, IN