The National Association of Independent Truckers (NAIT) was founded in 1981 to support the needs of independent contractor small-business owners in the trucking industry.  Over the years NAIT has established long-term partnerships with providers that share its dedication to the industry, and has worked with them to develop a comprehensive catalog of benefits to serve its members.

NAIT Benefits

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Workers’ Compensation Coverage

Statutory coverage for your employee drivers and casual laborers.

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Occupational Accident Coverage

This option is typically less expensive than Workers’ Compensation for sole proprietors. Available to those who are not required to carry Workers’ Compensation coverage, as determined by your resident state’s law. Provides coverage for work-related accidents.

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Physical Damage Coverage

24-hour coverage on your equipment and personal belongings. You choose the deductible and dollar amount of insurance to place on your vehicle.

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Critical Assistance Plus

Group Critical Illness insurance provides a lump-sump benefit to help cover out-of-pocket medical expenses and the costs associated with life changes following a covered critical illness.

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NAIT Highlights

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ST. CHRISTOPHER TRUCKERS FUND RECEIVES $100,000 DONATION

NAIT Charitable Foundation presented a check to the St. Christopher Truckers Development and Relief Fund SCF last week at the Great America Truck Show.

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Taya Kyle Gives Heartfelt Keynote Address at TCA’s Gala Benefitting Wreaths Across America

Inspiring veterans-focused fundraiser raises more than $225,000

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Free Vaccine Vouchers

For a Limited Time Only - FREE vaccine vouchers for all professional truck drivers with a current commercial driver's license.

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NAIT Supports the Next Generation of Movers

The National Association of Independent Truckers Charitable Foundation has just made a generous donation of $50,000 to the scholarship program of the Moving & Storage Institute.

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