NAL is largest provider of Worker’s Compensation Alternative Coverage for Owner Operators in the Trucking Industry. Currently, NAL protects over 215 Fleets, and over 6,000 Owner Operators across Canada. NAL, over the years, has continually reinvented itself to adapt to the changing needs of the customers it serves. This focus on innovation has provided NAL with a strong competitive advantage and a continuously increasing market share. NAL Insurance has been protecting drivers on the road since 1955.
NAL is committed to giving back to the Trucking Industry. In 2007, NAL created Trucking for Wishes, a joint fundraising initiative with the Make A Wish Foundation. To date, Trucking for Wishes has raised over $200,000 for children with life –threatening illnesses and conditions.
1955 – National Auto League incorporates.
1990 – NAL divides into two separate companies National Auto League and National Truck League.
1993 – NAL becomes North America’s leader in Roadside Assistance. Proudly servicing Lexus, BMW, Toyota, Audi, Porsche and over 1,000,000 North Americans.
1998 – NAL sells the Corporate Roadside Assistance division to Sykes International (USA).
1998 – NAL Insurance was created to serve the trucking Industry, specifically Independent Contractors (Owner Operators)
2005 – NAL celebrates 50 year anniversary
2006 – NAL’s First Online Benefit Administration system is implemented at RAM Contract Carriers in Windsor.
2007 – NAL creates Trucking For Wishes and co-founded Driving For Profit with KRTS (www.krway.com).
2008 – NAL reaches an important milestone. Protecting over 15,000 Canadian Drivers on the road today.
2009 – NAL partners with the Truck News/Chevron Golf Tournament – Golfing for Wishes
2010 – NAL online system in now implemented at over 150 fleets.
2011 – Partners with Daimler Financial to bring an exclusive line of products to Freightliner, Western Star and Fuso Dealerships.
2012 – Creates unique Workers Compensation compliance service, which allows its Fleet customers to streamline the compliance process