Women of the Towing and Recovery Association of America (WTRAA)

The Women of the Towing and Recovery Association of America (WTRAA) was established in 1981 as a subsidiary organization of the​ Towing and Recovery Association of America, Inc.® (TRAA).  Its goals are to provide financial support to TRAA, to support women in the towing industry, and to assist the WTRAA Scholarship Trustees in providing scholarships to children of towing professionals to further their education.
  • Networking: WTRAA members understand the value of networking. WTRAA events provide the opportunity to learn, exchange ideas, meet new friends, and just have fun.
  • Support: Since its inception, WTRAA has offered support to the woman of the towing industry through education, encouragement, and camaraderie.
  • Information and Education: The towing and recovery industry is constantly changing. WTRAA keeps in the forefront of developments as they occur and disseminates the latest information to our members at meetings, member emails, seminars and through educational materials and newsletters published by WTRAA.
  • Recognition: Each year, WTRAA presents the Tow Woman of the Year Award to an industry advocate in recognition of their commitment to the goals of WTRAA and efforts to improve the towing industry in general.
WTRAA is continually looking for women with heart to carry on its legacy, introduce new ideas, and support its current programs. Membership is open to the employees of TRAA regular members and associate members in good standing.
Visit www.wtraa.org for more information.

WTRAA Memberships:
  • Regular Member (Voting Member) $30: Membership shall be open to all women, whether by relationship or by means of their employment who are affiliated with regular or associate members of TRAA.
  • Supporting Member (Non-Voting Member) $30: Membership shall be open to any person, firm or company engaged in a business of serving or supplying the towing, recovery, or storage industry. Supporting members do not have voting rights.

Who We Are

TRAA is the national association representing the U.S. towing and recovery industry. We act as the "voice of America's towing industry" by offering representation, education, and leadership at the federal level. Much of our focus is on representing the interests of the towing and recovery industry on Capitol Hill including promoting positive legislation and opposing potentially negative legislation. TRAA is the industry's watchdog on Capitol Hill!