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!

Kentucky Motor Transport Assn.

134 Walnut Street
Frankfort, KY

Maryland Motor Truck Association

3000 Washington Blvd.
Baltimore, MD

American Truck Historical Society (ATHS)

P.O. Box 901611
Kansas City, MO

Automotive Industry Action Group

26200 Lahser Road, Suite 200
Southfield, MI

Illinois Transportation Assn.

2000 Fifth Ave
River Grove, IL

Truck Manufacturers Assn.

1225 New York Ave NW, Suite 300
Washington, DC

Dangerous Goods Advisory Council (formerly HMAC)

1101 Vermont Ave., N.W. Suite 301
Washington, DC

Indiana Motor Truck Association

One N. Capitol, Suite 460
Indianapolis, IN

Louisiana Motor Transport Assn.

Box 80278
Baton Rouge, LA