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The PrePass Safety Alliance partners with various industry organizations to extend the value of PrePass through member discounts. Explore our industry associations below and if you are interested in working with PrePass, fill out the inquiry form.
The American Trucking Associations (ATA) is the voice of the industry America depends on most to move our nation’s freight. The group is a more than 90-year-old federation with state trucking association affiliates in all 50 states. ATA represent every sector of the industry, from less-than-truckload to truckload; agriculture and livestock to auto haulers; and from large motor carriers to smaller operations. ATA leverages the strength and size of its membership to develop, advocate, and advance innovative research-based policies that promote highway safety, security, environmental sustainability, and profitability. ATA diligently educates and guides policymakers at all levels of government about the essential role that trucking plays in the economy. PrePass is an Endorsed ATA Business Solutions Featured Product.
The National Association of Small Trucking Companies (NASTC) conducted a study of members and found that PrePass subscribers were seven basis points healthier on their CSA numbers, their driver turn-over ratios were lower, their on-time deliveries were higher, and they consistently booked more loaded miles per week, per driver. All members who pay tolls and/or who regularly pass scale houses should strongly consider this valuable and time-proven safety program. To enroll in the NASTC PrePass program, contact your NASTC representative. To qualify, carriers cannot be on safety-hold or have more than 100 power units. They must also have not been enrolled in PrePass during the past six months. If you’re on NASTC’s Management and Safety Program (MSP), this feature is an option on your bundled package. It is also offered as a “stand-alone” program for others. Learn more.
The National Private Truck Council (NPTC) is the national trade association dedicated exclusively to representing private motor carrier fleets. These corporate or “private” truck fleets are operated by manufacturers, distributors, processors, and retailers to meet their inbound and outbound transportation needs. Such fleets also include food, retail, wholesale, construction, and service companies. Private motor carrier fleets account for approximately 82% of the medium and heavy-duty trucks registered in the U.S. and consist of slightly more than two million vehicles. Consequently, private fleets comprise the largest segment of the trucking industry.
National Tank Truck Carriers (NTTC) has represented the interests of the tank truck industry since its founding in 1945 in Washington DC. The group is committed to improving the tank truck industry’s safety through advocacy and education. NTTC is a nonprofit, nonpartisan trade association representing the North American tank truck industry. NTTC's membership is comprised of over 500 companies that support or specialize in the bulk transportation services by cargo tanks. NTTC members, many of which are defined as small businesses by the Small Business Administration, transport hazardous materials by surface, particularly using public roads and highways. NTTC members consist of carriers, private fleets and associates. The majority of NTTC’s members are regional, family-owned tank truck businesses with almost half of our members generating annual revenues of under $5 million.
The Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association (OOIDA) is the international trade association representing the interests of independent owner-operators and professional drivers on all issues that affect truckers. The over 160,000 members of OOIDA are men and women in all 50 states and Canada who collectively own and/or operate more than 300,000 individual heavy-duty trucks and small truck fleets. Since 1973, the Association has actively advocated the views of professional truckers through its interaction with state, provincial and federal government agencies, legislatures, the courts, other associations, and private businesses to advance an equitable environment for commercial drivers. OOIDA members can sign up for PrePass directly, but will need to use their member identification number as their promo code to enjoy a special, discounted OOIDA member rate. Learn more.
Truckers Service Association (TSA) was created with a simple but important mission of helping members acquire products and services at reduced rates. TSA offers a variety of tools, programs, and partnerships to help you be more profitable and productive on the road. Just as the industry has changed, TSA is excited to show you how TSA is changing along with it. With resources to products and support to accommodate life on the road, your TSA membership has every potential to become one of the most valuable tools in your business toolbox. First Two Months of PrePass Free for TSA Members Save Time, Save Fuel, & Save Money! Give PrePass weigh station bypass a try. TSA Members get your first 2 months free! Learn More.
The Truckload Carriers Association (TCA) is the only trade association whose sole focus is the truckload segment of the motor carrier industry. The association represents dry van, refrigerated, flatbed, tanker, and intermodal container carriers operating throughout North America. Founded in 1938, TCA represents operators of over 220,000 trucks, which collectively produce revenue of more than $40 billion in annual truckload revenue. Additionally, the purpose of the TCA is to provide leadership that will increase member productivity, profitability, and the ability to provide superior service; to advocate on behalf of members; and to enhance the truckload industry’s ability to provide safe, high quality reliable truckload transportation services to the shipping public.