Trucking Associations

Acuity is active in 20 leading national and regional trucking associations. We provide industry-specific training to all our underwriters, loss control representatives, and claims adjusters, so they can give you the support you need and deserve.


  • Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA)
  • IA Motor Truck Association (IMTA)
  • IL Trucking Association (ITA)
  • IN Motor Truck Association (IMTA)
  • KY Trucking Association (KTA)
  • ME Motor Transport Association (MMTA)
  • MI Trucking Association (MTA)
  • Mid-West Truckers Association
  • MN Trucking Association (MTA)
  • MO Trucking Association (MOTA)
  • NE Trucking Association
  • OH Trucking Association (OTA)
  • PA Motor Truck Association (PMTA)
  • Professional Logging Contractors of Maine (PLC)
  • TN Trucking Association (TTA)
  • Trucking Industry Defense Association (TIDA)
  • TX Trucking Association (TXTA)
  • UT Trucking Association (UTA)
  • Virginia Trucking Association (VTA)
  • WI Motor Carrier Association (WMCA)
  • Women in Trucking (WIT)

Commercial truck insurance

At Acuity, we understand the unique insurance needs of your trucking business. From tractor-trailers to vans, and owner-operators to fleets, Acuity has the coverages you need to protect your business.


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