Through it all, we make sure you’re informed about events and regulation that affects your business. As a member you receive our award-winning Alabama Trucker Magazine and regular legislative bulletins, and special industry information briefs (safety and regulatory updates, etc.).
America's Independent Trucker's Association, Inc was founded in 1997 by Larry Daniel with the idea that the owner operator and small to medium sized fleets deserved fleet pricing as much as, if not more than, the large fleets. Larry started AITA with the simple goal of developing a program that would level the playing field for smaller operations in an attempt to make them more profitable.
The American Association of Owner Operators is a nationwide association created to benefit professional truckers and small fleet owners. It is the mission of AAOO to give our members the latest technology, benefits, and assistance so that they are able to successfully thrive in today’s trucking industry.
American Trucking Associations is the largest national trade association for the trucking industry. Through a federation of 50 affiliated state trucking associations and industry-related conferences and councils, ATA is the voice of the industry America depends on most to move our nation’s freight.
As one of America’s veterans service organizations, AMVETS (or American Veterans) has a proud history of assisting veterans and sponsoring numerous programs that serve our country and its citizens. The helping hand that AMVETS extends to veterans and their families takes many forms.
From the early 20th century, trucks were the primary mode for hauling copper from Arizona mines to processing and manufacturing plants, raw cotton to gins and mills, cattle to railheads and local markets, and citrus to packing and distribution centers. Today’s modern trucking industry operates in every aspect of economic life, delivering textbooks, medical supplies, retail goods and the building blocks of highways and energy production for the state’s growing population.
The ATA promotes the health of the Arkansas trucking industry on issues that have a direct impact on member companies and our state and national economies. The Association is owned and governed by more than 300 trucking companies and important industry suppliers. Members range from firms with 5 or fewer trucks to some of the nation’s largest freight and logistics companies.
The California Trucking Association has been serving the trucking industry in California, and the companies that provide products and services to those companies, for 81 years. A critical and vital component of California’s economy, nearly 80 percent of California communities depend exclusively on trucks. Hauling 90 percent of manufactured tonnage in the state, our carrier membership ranges from individual owner-operators, to small family-owned for-hire fleets, to the world’s largest international carriers. Allied members of the California Trucking Association includes businesses involved with truck and trailer sales, parts and services, insurance, legal services and all other businesses that support the trucking industry.
The Colorado Motor Carriers Association (CMCA) provides a solid “pro-trucking” representation to the State, Local and Federal Government and has a consistent and positive working relationship with regulatory and legislative bodies. We prevent ill-conceived ideas from becoming law, mostly by providing solid facts and suggesting alternatives that work for everyone. CMCA has effectively represented Colorado’s Trucking Industry for over 75 years.