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    TRALA is a voluntary, non-profit national trade association founded in 1978 to serve as a unified and focused voice for the truck renting and leasing industry. » Learn More

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    TRALA brings together the many individuals involved in vehicle renting and leasing at its meetings to share information and to participate in educational opportunities and professional interaction.
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Latest News

  • Anti-Tolling Alliance Efforts Underway

    The Truck Renting and Leasing Association (TRALA) is urging its interested members to support the Alliance for Toll-Free Interstates (ATFI), an organization of which TRALA is already a member. TRALA members can visit the alliance's website at http://www.tollfreeinterstates.com/ to join the multi-industry coalition of businesses and organizations that are advocating for solving the nation's growing transportation needs without adding new tolls to existing interstates. The ATFI argues that tolling existing interstates amounts to double taxation, since interstates that were built and maintained using fuel tax revenue would now also be subject to new tolls. Tolls also create traffic diversions from major highways to secondary roads because operators of small passenger cars and commercial truck drivers alike want to avoid increased transportation costs. [...]

  • TRALA Continues To Lobby Congress For Natural Gas Tax Extenders

    TRALA continues to ask Congress to pass its tax extenders package in the next few months and as part of that package, TRALA is lobbying Congress to include both the natural gas property and excise tax credits. [...]

  • TRALA-Supported Colorado Rental Legislation

    TRALA-requested and supported legislation that establishes fairness in the implementation of the statewide $2 per day vehicle rental fee and road and bridge surcharge fees was signed into law by Governor John Hickenlooper on March 27, 2014. [...]

Enroute

EnRoute - April 16, 2014
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) is recommending to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) that regulations be put into place to require new trucks to be equipped with systems to boost blind spot awareness and side and rear underride guards. Read More


 

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