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  • Oregon Trucking Associations

  • With Oregon Trucking Associations, membership matters. For over 80 years, OTA has consistently and effectively advocated on behalf of Oregon’s trucking industry. Given the vital role that trucking plays in keeping the state’s economy moving, OTA ensures that our carrier and allied members have a voice in the decisions that will shape the future of our industry. We support our members with a variety of educational offerings to keep them informed and in compliance. We facilitate events and gatherings that provide the opportunity to learn, network and exchange ideas. We work with our members and committees to identify the best path forward and to promote trucking as the essential and dynamic industry it has always been.

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  • Membership Matters

  • Quick Links

    Click on the links below to quickly navigate to some of OTA's more popular spots. If you have questions, or are unable to find what you're looking for, please send an email to info@ortrucking.org.

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      WHA Risk Management and Insurance Services in Eugene, Oregon
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  • Announcements

    • Vote for Oregon! ODOT has received an award for its I-84 Snow Zone Safety Improvement Project from the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials in the Operations Excellence, Small Project group. As one of 12 finalists, there’s now the chance for Oregon to win a People’s Choice Award – which would mean $10,000 donated to Truckers Against Trafficking. The general public can VOTE NOW to put Oregon over the finish line! Read more

    • NOW AVAILABLE: How To Register, FMCSA Registration Overview for Motor Carriers Video. The Office of Registration has completed the first in a series of videos which covers important information pertaining to the Registration process. The initial video is titled, ”How To Register, FMCSA Registration Overview for Motor Carriers.” This instructional video provides new motor carrier applicants, offices/agencies, and persons supporting applicants with clear, need-to-know information on how to complete the registration process with FMCSA using the online Unified Registration System (URS).  The video also refers carriers to additional resources to answer questions pertaining to their unique operation. Watch the video below or at https://www.fmcsa.dot.gov/registration

    • Federal Motor Carrier medical card waiver extended to Nov. 30, 2021: To ensure that Commercial Motor Vehicle drivers are able to operate during the COVID-19 response, the FMCSA will continue to offer extensions on Medical Examination Certificate requirements for commercial drivers whose MEC has recently expired. Read more

    • FMCSA is extending the COVID-19 emergency declaration, which waives Part 395.3 (maximum driving time) of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations for carriers providing emergency relief related to the pandemic. The declaration, which was set to expire Tuesday, Aug. 31, is now effective through Nov. 30.

  • Thank you to our annual sponsors:

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    Great West Casualty Company       SAIF Corporation

    Gold Level

    EROAD     WHA Insurance     TEC Equipment

    Silver Level

    KPD Insurance                     

    Bronze Level

    LaPorte Insurance               PayneWest Insurance 



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