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Indiana’s economy relies heavily on the state’s trucking industry. Indiana truckers deliver thousands of tons of cargo all over the state and beyond every day, and the Indiana Motor Truck Association (IMTA) exists to support them in all they do. Since 1933, the IMTA has served the interests of the Indiana trucking industry and its members through political lobbying, safety initiative development, training resources, discounts for members, and much more.
The IMTA Supports Indiana Truckers
The IMTA has a long history of supporting trucking companies throughout Indiana. In 1932, the first members of the IMTA worked feverishly to support a bill that would have ruined most of the trucking companies in operation at the time. This bill, lobbied for and supported heavily by railroad companies, would have imposed a significant tax on every ton-mile driven by commercial trucks. Thanks to the efforts of the IMTA, the bill did not survive, and the trucking industry began to flourish.
Today, the IMTA continues political activism on behalf of the Indiana trucking industry through the Trucking Industry Political Action Committee (TIPAC). The trucking industry and its employees throughout the country move 80% of the freight that travels within the United States, and TIPAC works to ensure the trucking industry has a voice at state and federal levels.
TIPAC works closely with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, the Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Divisions of various State Police departments, the FBI, the Department of Transportation, the Department of Revenue, and various other government officials and agencies throughout the country. These partnerships help to ensure Indiana trucking industry employees have a fair say in the shaping of policies that impact their work and livelihood.
The IMTA continues to be an invaluable advocate for Indiana trucking companies and their employees. With new members joining every day, the IMTA will carry on the mission of promoting and protecting the interests of Indiana truck drivers, dispatchers, and trucking logistics personnel all over the state.
Additional Resources (linked on reference page): https://www.intrucking.org/trucking-industry-political-action-committee-tipac.html