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!

Motor & Equipment Mfrs Assn.

PO Box 13966
Research Triangle Park, NC

The Road Information Program

1726 M Street, NW, Suite 401
Washington, DC

Rubber Manufacturers Association

1400 K Street, N.W., Suite 900
Washington, DC

Canadian Trucking Alliance

130 Slater Street, Suite 1025
Ottawa, ON

Transportation Intermediaries Association

3601 Eisenhower Avenue Suite 110
Alexandra, VA

American Trucking Associations (ATA)

2200 Mill Road
Alexandria, VA

Nevada Motor Transport Assn.

2215 Green Vista Drive, Ste. 304
Sparks, NV

Alaska Trucking Association

3443 Minnesota Drive
Anchorage, AK

American Moving & Storage Assn.

1611 Duke Street
Alexandria, VA