American Trucker's 18 editions, published monthly, are mailed to over a half million qualified buyers across the United States. Dealers have the flexibility to customize their advertising to a local, regional or national audience.
FLEET OWNER Online, which has its own dedicated editorial staff, provides up-to-the-minute business news for trucking industry executives and managers. The site also includes large, searchable databases of trucking product and service providers, industry statistics, and a library of archived material from FLEET OWNER, the industry's leading monthly business magazine for truck fleet managers.
Heavy Duty Trucking
The business magazine of trucking, covering equipment spec'ing and maintenance, industry issues, news, regulations, recruiting and retaining employees and more.
Keep on Truckin' News
Monthly publication of Mid-West Truckers Association. Delivered the first of each month across the Midwest. Includes special Convention Issue and Associate Business Member Issue with buyers guide and directory.
Keller's Product and Service
Safety and regulatory products, training and services for transportation, manufacturing, construction and general industry.
Land Line Magazine is written by and for professional truckers. Editorial policy encompasses informing truckers, the trucking industry and various government agencies that regulate trucking, of the views of professional truckers. News and feature articles are compiled to keep professional truckers updated on legislation, industry activities and trends, and how these affect his or her business in particular.
After starting this E-Magazine for the European road transport market. The site contains as before pictures of trucks in action. The pictures are taken all over Europe with an accent on Dutch trucks. Another successful year of the European Road Transport E-Magazine, more then 45.000 visitors from well over 115 different countries took a look during 2002. The newly added European transport links contributed up to our expectations and will continued and extended further.
After being out on the road for many hours each day, it's difficult for Professional Truck Drivers to keep up with all the things going on in the industry. And finding a convenient newspaper dedicated to the wide variety of topics that are of interest to today's drivers can be even more difficult. Movin' Out is the publication which solves that problem for truck drivers. Here at Movin' Out, we strive to stay closely involved with what's going on in the industry. We also work to promote the professionalism and heroism of today's truck drivers, to promote over-the-road safety, and the charitable organizations working in the trucking industry.
The Owner Operator Independent Drivers Association was founded in 1973 and is the national trade association representing the views and interests of professional truckers in all 50 states and Canada.OOIDA's mission is to serve owner-operators, small fleets and professional truckers; to work for a business climate where truckers are treated equally and fairly; to promote highway safety among all highway users; and to promote a better business climate and efficiency for all truck operators.Our national headquarters is located near Kansas City in Grain Valley, Missouri and is staffed with more than 100 full time employees.
Overdrive serves primarily commercial truck owner-operators and small fleet owners, as well as company drivers. Its editorial focus helps owner-operators and small fleet owners to be successful in managing their businesses. Overdrive serves both the owner-operator and his or her spouse, who often manages the business (including making major buying decisions) while the other is on the road.
OWNER OPERATOR Magazine's mission is to provide meaningful and authoritative information that will help readers manage their business as an owner, mechanic and driver. Because financially successful owner operators often continue to grow their businesses, today, many owner operators own more than one truck. The circulation and editorial content of OWNER OPERATOR Magazine reflects this growth.
Business Trucking is the monthly professional development journal of the National Private Truck Council.
Road King. Our name says what we are all about. We're the magazine for and about real men and women doing what it takes to master their own destinies, working long hours at one of the last wide-open-horizon careers left today: driving a heavy-duty truck on the North American highway.
TNT (Truck 'N Trailer) Magazine, located in Barnesville, Pennsylvania has been published bi-weekly for 34 years. Founded in February 1966, by William Lynagh, TNT began as a 16-page pamphlet distributed throughout sections of Pennsylvania. It has grown into a nationwide publication, displaying an average of 110 pages of advertising per issue. TNT features the advertising of light and heavy-duty trucks, specialized equipment, auctions and related industries. Customers rely on TNT's guaranteed national circulation and solid reputation as an industry leader to achieve their advertising goals.
The Trucker is an 13-year-old newspaper whose goal is to become the No. 1 news source for the truckload industry. Our staff strives daily to reach the highest standards of journalistic excellence as it reports the news that is of the greatest interest to the truckload freight industry in a timely, accurate and balanced manner.
The Trucker's Choice
The Truckers Choice Weekly is preferred by owner operators and fleet owners over any other truck trader commercial magazine. It is the truck paper of choice.
Truckers News is the official publication of the National Association of Truck Stop Operators (NATSO), the premier representing body of more than 1,000 premium truck stops and travel plazas from coast to coast. Truckers News serves over-the-road drivers by providing them with timely news, in-depth reporting of industry issues and technical and operational information, as well as spotlighting their unique lifestyles. Our focus is on the personal needs and interests of truckers and the promotion of a positive image of the industry.
Truck Paper. The advantages are clear when you advertise with Truck Paper, the nation’s most circulated publication for buying and selling heavy trucks and trailers. Published weekly in seven regions, Truck Paper targets readers in your area with advertising as current as your inventory. Combining a large, easy-to-read format with hundreds of full color photos, Truck Paper ensures your equipment is displayed in full detail