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Without CDL Drivers, There is ...

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NO Supply Chain

America Stops Without CDL Drivers

Show Your Support for
CDL Drivers and the Road Transportation Industry! 

Each one of us has our own stories on why we love driving or love someone who drives Big Commercial Vehicles. Whether it is something as simple as my office window has a different view every day, or as deep as the positive economic impact it has on our communities. The road transportation industry is a part of our lives and that’s why we are all here, to support the industry that we love.

So please, take action today, as a small signal that you support the road transportation industry. It is that simple. By becoming a member advocate, we will do our part to make sure that you stay informed of and up-to-date on state and federal government affairs activities.

Keeping track of everything as it happens is a huge challenge, but one we can tackle together. Whether we know it or not sometimes the smallest action is the one that ends up moving the needle. As we work together, it is our voices and our stories that resonate the most with elected officials.


Sign up, Take Action! become an CDLDF Advocate and let’s work together to protect our industry for future generations. Also, please be sure to share this with other Drivers, your family, and friends, so that they too can become part of our growing community.

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As a member, you will be one click away from having ALL your legislators' contact information with the ability to make a call or send a text or email. Additionally, you will have access to their text messages and website if they have one.

As a member, you will have a suite of voting tools to manage registration, absentee ballots, and election reminders



“One of the marvelous things about COMMUNITY

is that it enables us to welcome and help people in

a way we couldn't as individuals.”

- Jean Vanier

"Those who will not govern themselves are condemned to find masters to govern over them."

 -Steven Pressfield

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