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OOIDA (PAC) leads the fight against insurance increases on Owner Operators

OOIDA Is Leading the Charge Against the potential heavy, burdensome Insurance Increases, that would have a negative impact on the Trucking Industry, especially on the independent Owner Operator.

In a letter to Congress, the OOIDA Political Action Committee (PAC) made it clear the consequences of an unchecked increase in insurance cost. The insurance increase would have far-reaching consequences for the small owner-operators.

We strongly discourage you from supporting any such provision in the next surface transportation reauthorization bill or any infrastructure package. Thank you for your consideration.

OOIDA Political Action Committee (PAC)


Agricultural Retailers Association
American Beekeeping Federation
American Concrete Pavement Association
American Concrete Pipe Association
American Concrete Pumping Association
American Dairy Coalition
American Farm Bureau Federation
American Forest and Paper Association
American Pipeline Contractors Association
American Sheep Industry Association
Associated Equipment Distributors
Colorado Motor Carriers Association
Concrete Foundations Association
Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute
Consumer Brands Association
Customized Logistics and Delivery Association
Distribution Contractors Association
Energy Marketers of America
Georgia Motor Trucking Association
Hawaii Transportation Association
Kansas Motor Carriers Association
Livestock Marketing Association
Maine Motor Transport Association
Mid-West Truckers Association
Minnesota Trucking Association
Missouri Trucking Association
Motor Carriers of Montana
Motor Transport Association of Connecticut
National Aquaculture Association
National Asphalt Pavement Association
National Association of Small Trucking Companies
National Cattlemen’s Beef Association
National Grain and Feed Association
National Precast Concrete Association
National Ready Mixed Concrete Association
National Stone Sand and Gravel Association
National Utility Contractors Association
Nevada Trucking Association

New Hampshire Motor Transport Association
New Jersey Motor Truck Association
New Mexico Trucking Association
North American Miller’s Association
North American Punjabi Trucking Association
North American Renderers Association
Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association
Pet Food Institute
Port Drivers Association
Power and Communication Contractors Association
Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute
Rhode Island Trucking Association, Inc.
South Carolina Trucking Association
South Dakota Trucking Association
Southwest Movers Association
Tennessee Trucking Association
Texas Trucking Association
Tilt-Up Concrete Association
Towing and Recovery Association of America, Inc
Truck Renting and Leasing Association
United Dairymen of Arizona
United Fresh Produce Association
United States Cattlemen’s Association
Vermont Truck & Bus Association
Western States Trucking Association
Wyoming Trucking Association

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