About the Association
The Nebraska Trucking Association is the statewide trade association for commercial truck and bus operators, and affiliated businesses. We are a not-for-profit association governed by a board of directors elected annually.
We deliver the essential knowledge, contacts, services, political representation and partnerships that help our members continue to deliver the goods to Nebraska communities and throughout North America. We have over 800 member trucking companies and affiliated businesses; 75 percent of trucking company members have fewer than 25 trucks.
The association originally incorporated with the name Nebraska Motor Carriers Association (NMCA) in 1936. We have been active in the business since 1940 when NMCA and another small truck association merged. We changed our name to the Nebraska Trucking Association in 1999.
In 1971, the association created Truck Services to help trucking companies with registration, licensing, authority, fuel tax reports and trip permits.
Nebraska Trucking Association is the provider of effective information, services and advocacy to Nebraska trucking companies and affiliated businesses.
• Analysis of new and revised rules and their impact on
• News, trends and best practices
• Seminars and meetings to keep you up-to-date on
• Answers your questions and helps you solve problems
• Discounts on compliance forms, regulation books and
• Instant access to Truck Services experts on licensing,
titling, permits and fuel tax reporting, and discounts for
using their services
• Recognition programs to help motivate and reward your employees
• Effective representation at the State Capitol on bills that
affect your business
• Support highway construction and maintenance projects
• Tell the motoring public about your commitment to
• Publicize your contributions to the state’s economy
The Nebraska Trucking Association—and all 50 state trucking associations—is affiliated with the American Trucking Associations (ATA). ATA serves and represents the trucking industry on a national level, just as each state trucking association does on a state level. ATA influences federal and state government actions, advances a positive trucking industry image, provides educational programs and industry research, and promotes highway safety and security.