2019 Idaho Truck Driving Championships

May 3, 2019 - May 4, 2019

You can now sign-up to volunteer for the 2019 Idaho Truck Driving Championships!
Volunteer Sign-up


Driver's can register on April 1st for $95.00 each (includes a Facts for Drivers book).


Print a flyer to display


View the tentative schedule


Driver eligibility guidelines


Order Spectator Tailgate Tent Packages (prices could vary slightly as event nears)


Nine winners will be invited to compete at the American Trucking Association's National Truck Driving Championships on August 14-17 at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center in Pittsburgh, PA.



Ready for some friendly competition?

The Idaho Truck Driving Championship was established in 1937 and spotlights the unique skills of the professional truck driver. This fun, two-day event is designed to select all-around champions who are more than just "good drivers". For participants, this is the culmination of thousands of hours spent sharpening their everyday skills and knowledge.

Some of the safest and best drivers compete in the championships every year. The competition tests the drivers' industry knowledge with a written test, ability to catch potential problems with a pre-trip inspection drill, and safe driving skills as they navigate a course with six problems reflecting everyday driving conditions. The winner of each class (9) has the opportunity to advance to the ATA National Truck Driving Championships.

The Idaho Truck Driving Championships benefit companies by creating a more safety-conscious driver. Drivers always have the championships in the back of their minds and try to stay as safe as possible throughout the year. That's because drivers must be accident-free during the 12-month period preceding the championships in order to compete.

If you know of non-professional truck drivers who would love to be a part of this event, please encourage them to volunteer. It takes around 80 volunteers to make the event run smoothly, as well as the equipment for each class and hostlers to move the equipment around the track between drivers.

If you have participated in the past, you know how much fun the championships can be. If you have never participated, don't miss out!

Final Scoring Results Policy

It is the policy of the Idaho Trucking Association to allow TDC competitors to visit our office after the event to review their scoring and test results. Score sheets for the pre-trip, driving course and written test will neither be mailed, nor released from our office to the drivers or the terminal managers as they have in past. Scores will be emailed to the Terminal Manager listed on the registration form with-in 5-10 business days of the event. No exceptions.

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