Delivering customer satisfaction by improving our members’ operational performance
The Auto Haulers Association of America will achieve the above motto for its members through special subject meetings, real time sharing of experiences at a departmental level, developing best practices, pushing relevant information to the members, working closely with key vendors to ensure their products meet our unique needs, and identifying tool sets for managing our businesses appropriate for the size of the member’s business. This will result in the delivery of improved quality and satisfaction to our customers. We will leave the lobbying to the lobbyists but we will be strong advocates for our members whether it’s with suppliers, development of special programs, or other associations.
Connected World: The Internet of Things now includes the Internet of Trucking Things
The Internet of Things (IoT) has a different meaning depending on your vantage point. As a consumer, the “things” could be your phone, Fitbit, smart clothing, car, home appliances and other devices sharing a common network and Internet connection.
Stability control mandate officially published, set to take effect Aug. 2017
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration published a Final Rule in the Federal Register Tuesday that will require all trucks made Aug. 1, 2017, and after to be equipped with electronic stability control systems designed to prevent vehicle rollovers.
Senate committee clears six-year, $275 billion highway bill
The Senate’s Environment and Public Works Committee on Wednesday unanimously passed a six-year, $275 billion called the DRIVE Act.
Transport America creates truck-specific weather alerting
The North Polar Vortex streamed south between December 2013 and April 2014, causing unusually cold weather in parts of Canada and the eastern United States.
FMCSA wants to change CSA intervention thresholds, make hazmat category public
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration published June 29 proposed changes to its Compliance, Safety, Accountability safety program, including lowering some intervention thresholds
Carolina Casualty: A program encouraging hiring Vets to be drivers
To learn more contact Mike Staines of Bill Fralic Insurance Services (firstname.lastname@example.org, 770-640-1800) or Bob Perew, Vice President of Risk Management and Safety Services, at email@example.com or 904-891-8708. The intent of the program is to make veterans available as car haul drivers by waiving the two years of experience requirement.
Two companies, LMR Trucking and LMR Auto Transport Brokerage, both formed in order to provide “one-stop shopping” for companies and individuals looking for auto transport that is safe, efficient, reliable and affordable. Read more
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Auto Hauler Supply Discounts just for AHAA members!
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Access to an online library of best practices for each sector in the industry including general management, maintenance, finance, and the drivers.
Opportunity to participate on select committees.
Networking opportunities and Exclusive invitations to Seminars, Conferences, and Exhibits.
Image Recognition Programs
Special write ups in newsletters and featured section of the website.
Driver Training Certifications
Become more competitive and receive insurance discounts.