The Indiana Motor Truck Association is a strong voice for trucking in Indiana. The IMTA works daily with government agencies such as the Indiana State Police, the Departments of Revenue and Transportation and the Bureau of Motor Vehicles. Access to decision-makers makes living with the government easier for the trucking industry. For example, the Indiana Department of Revenue's "One-Stop Shop" is the result of IMTA and state agencies working together to create greater convenience and efficiency.
The Indiana Motor Truck Association was established in 1934 to promote the trucking industry by providing invaluable benefits to members and to serve as a pro-industry voice to Indiana lawmakers. The mission of the IMTA is to provide safety training and public outreach in order to advance the economic prosperity of the Indiana trucking industry. The Indiana Motor Truck Association keeps its members informed of new legislation and works cooperatively with regulators to insure that the business interests of the transportation industry are upheld. The IMTA is the Indiana affiliate of the American Trucking Association (ATA), which promotes the Indiana commercial trucking industry at both regional and national levels. Indiana Motor Truck Association Safety Programs
The Indiana Motor Truck Association formed the Safety Management Council, which consists of IMTA members and top professionals in the transportation industry. The IMTA Safety Management Council is devoted to recognizing excellence in safety awareness, education, and economic efficiency that promote the Indiana commercial trucking transportation industry. The IMTA Safety Management Council meets monthly, holds an annual safety conference, and produces a monthly newsletter all of which promotes safety and business advancement within the Indiana commercial transportation industry.
The IMTA also offers the Master Truck Driver program, which recognizes drivers with excellent safety records and an outstanding career in service. Recognition of Master Truck Drivers educates the public and policy makers that safety is the cornerstone of the Indiana trucking industry.
The IMTA provides numerous training opportunities to its members including DOT/TSI driver and management courses, regulatory compliance, transportation, and safety classes. The Indiana Motor Truck Association also provides its members with DOT/TSI Motor Carrier Safety Compliance courses in Oklahoma City at a significantly reduced cost. Click for more information about Indiana Motor Truck Association training.
Indiana Motor Truck Association Publications
The IMTA produces several publications including the monthly newsletters, Truck Talk and Safety Talk, as well as the IMTA Yearbook and the Indiana Truck Book and Safety Annual. Click here for more details about Indiana Motor Truck Association publications.
The Indiana Motor Truck Association is committed to providing a voice for the Indiana trucking transportation industry and providing its members with the tools to advance their business. Membership in the IMTA includes participation in numerous association events including the annual convention, the opportunity to network with industry professionals, to seek guidance about regulations, obtain IMTA publications, and a number of other benefits that promote the Indiana commercial trucking industry. Click to learn more about membership in the Indiana Motor Truck Association.
Indiana Motor Truck Association Staff
Staff at the IMTA includes
• Kenny Cragen, President
• Tisha Terry, Executive Vice President
• Pam Hoffman, Manager of Advertising & Member Services
• Felicia Kozar, Manager of Communications
• Karyl Murray, Administrative Assistant
They can be contacted by clicking here or writing/ calling:
The Indiana Motor Truck Association
One N. Capitol, Suite 460
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Phone: (317) 630-4682; Fax: (317) 630-0072