Truck Associations of America

After you officially become a truck driver by getting a CDL, it is time to consider whether you’ll be a member of any trucking associations. There are hundreds of associations across the nation in cities, states, and regions. With many of these trucking associations, such as the American Trucking Associations or OOIDA, you pay a fee for a membership and get a lot of benefits in return.

There are many reasons why trucking associations may be a good idea to join. Advocacy for truckers, deals and discounts, and a sense of community to name a few.

Here on Big Rig Jobs, we have a listing of all trucking associations by state. Start your search today!

Montana Motor Carriers Assn.

Box 1714
Helena, MT

Indiana Motor Truck Association

One N. Capitol, Suite 460
Indianapolis, IN

Equipment Maintenance Council

PO Box 528
Stroud, OK

Automotive Industry Action Group

26200 Lahser Road, Suite 200
Southfield, MI

National Automotive Radiator Service Assn. (NARSA)

PO Box 97
East Greenville, PA

Utah Motor Transport Association

975 W. 2100 South
Salt Lake City, UT

Owner-Operator & Independent Drivers' Assn. (OOIDA)

1 OOIDA Drive NW
Grain Valley, MO

Heavy Duty Representatives Assn.

4015 Marks Road, Suite 2B
Medina, OH

South Carolina Trucking Assn.

Box 50166
Columbia, SC