Reg’s Truckers Association is a non-profit organization which helps truckers around San Andreas state. We are fighting for trucker rights and well being. Association's goals include uniting truckers under one name, educating the drivers, providing free time activities and support for truckers and their families. The association is orginally founded by Reginald Weeks. Thanks to truckers like you our membership continues to grow. Not only has the Reg's Truckers Association made a name for its members in our industry, but we have also been recognized by the major national media outlets as a reliable source for the views of the independent truckers.
RTA is proud to be one of the fastest growing independent trucking organizations that represent independent truckers. While other associations have focused on the largest carriers in our industry, it remains our objective to focus on you.
We encourage you to become a part of a professional trucking association by joining RTA!
Our association uses three CB radio channels: 19991 – main channel open to public, used by most truckers and mechanics. 19992 – encrypted member channel that requires authentication code. 19993 – special purpose channel used in large events like convoys, to redirect radio traffic from the main channel. All of those channels are monitored by Sheriff’s Department.
Association is trying to stay as legal as possible, so we ask you not to engage in any illegal activities anywhere linked to our association (includes, but not limited to: radio, headquarters, loading bays.)
Our mission is a simple one;
The Reg's Truckers Association (RTA) will act as a primary resource and advocate for our members through our association affiliations, products and membership benefits.
We are an organization of dedicated professionals committed to our members. We believe it is our responsibility to serve our members and the general public by developing and promoting general business interests and professional practice within the trucking industry. As an association, we rely on the strong leadership of our members to ensure that we continue to be an effective, meaningful force in the trucking industry.
May God continue to bless and protect our Truckers!
In 1986, a group of concerned truckers met to discuss and move towards resolving common problems. With this goal in mind, the Truckers Association of San Andreas was formed. The primary function of the Association is to promote all matters aiding the development and improvement of the trucking industry and the allied trades in United States, including social, recreational, benevolent, educational and charitable activities. In addition, the Reg’s Truckers Association makes presentations to government and other regulatory bodies in relation to the economic welfare of the trucking industry and is the main proponent in gaining access to the provincial haul rates and beneficial changes to the contract specifications used by the contractors.
What do we offer…
Associations dispatch trucks for the Department of Transportation and Public works contractors and other provincial government departments involved in the hauling of applicable materials. These dedicated dispatchers provide expanded service by also dispatching after regular business hours and keeping records that are open for examination by the county membership. We have Associate Members who have formed a very strong and dedicated Associated Trades Council, consisting of suppliers and sponsors of the trucking industry. These Associate Members contribute to the success of the Truckers Association at both provincial and county levels. Take advantage of group discounts in purchasing fuel, tires, and other supplies, as vendors realize the power of the Reg's Truckers Association community. The truly appreciate the time and effort our Associate members put forward on behalf.
Reg's Truckers Association is also able to deliver various goods to local businesses in and around Los Santos. We offer our clients reasonable pricing, reliable services and large (bulk) orders. We can deliver various (large) amounts of any kind of cargo quickly around San Andreas. Reg's Truckers Association has it's own trucks in different sizes, well maintained and driven by the best drivers around the country. Whenever you are in need of a reliable supplier of your cargo with decades of experience in the trucking business, choose Reg's.
If you want to get more information, feel free to contact us on following options:
- Reg's Truckers Association website.
- Public truckers CB radio channel owned by Reg's. Frequency is 1-9-9-9-1, feel free to ask for any RTA members.
Reg's Truckers Association now offers all truckers to get their vehicles maintenanced and checked up by approved RTA mechanics. You can get your vehicle checked up in Blueberry at the Red County Trucker Terminal. RCTT will from now on be manned by approved mechanics as much as possible.
If you are a mechanic and you wish to get approved so you can repair trucks at the trucker terminal, do not hestiate to call RTA's Mechanic Supervisor, Michael Lopez at 1449960 for more information.
Since no individual can solve all the problems alone, you must team up with other truckers to achieve all the challenges you may face throughout your trucker career. Only your time, support, participation and teamwork will make it happen. The larger the amount of members, the stronger the Association. Here are few things that you should keep in mind before joining us;
We prefer clean criminal records, if you do have a criminal record, be honest. Reg's Truckers Association doesn't have any problem with people with criminal records as long as they are not recent and you have commited serious crimes. Your criminal background will be checked. We strongly advice new truckers to get some experience first before requesting an interview. If you think you've got what it takes to be a member of Reg's Truckers Association you can do the following;
- Reg's Truckers Association website.
- You can also find us at Red County Truck Terminal(RCTT) which is located in Blueberry.
Due to extensive misuse of our public radio channel rules had to be introduced
- You are not allowed to discuss personal matters.
- You are not allowed to advertise.
- You are not allowed to use radio in clubs, parties, etc (( seriously, this is annoying. ))
- You must respect other people on the frequency.
- Only use radio for public matters, if you want to chat, meet or call.
- (( No OOC in /r - this is LS-RP rule. If someone OOC on the radio, don't reply in OOC, send them a PM. ))
- (( And finally, no trolling. ))
I. Be polite to other truckers in the radio channel.
II. Don't talk about illegal things on the radio channel (Such as drugs, illegal weapons and etc.)
III. Show respect to all truckers in the radio channel, doesn't matter if that trucker is a new one or old one in our association.
IV. Do not try to hijack other trucker's trucks.
V. Do not try to rob or threaten other truckers.
VI. No advertisements on our radio channel about things that you are selling.
VII. No representation of any other groups or unions is to take place in the channel, unless they are approved by our association.
VIII. Only trucking related topics on the radio channel.
IX. (( No OOC talks on the radio channel. ))
X. (( No trolling, messing around or other bursts of immaturity. ))