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NLA Mission Statement

The National Limousine Association exists to promote and protect the international, national and regional interests of chauffeured transportation.

It is dedicated to informing, educating and professionalizing its members – chauffeured transportation operators, suppliers, manufacturers, local/state/regional associations – to ensure the continued growth, development and prosperity of their own organizations and the entire chauffeured transportation industry.



The National Limousine Association was founded in 1985 as a voluntary, non-profit, tax-exempt organization responsible for and dedicated to representing and furthering the worldwide, national, state and local interests of the luxury chauffeured ground transportation industry. It does not formulate, compose, nor ensure compliance with regulations. 

NLA membership is comprised of the following member types*:

  • Limousine Company Operators - This category is exclusively for the owners of limousine companies.
  • Suppliers and ManufacturersLimousine suppliers and  manufacturers/coach builders/networks may join the NLA as associate members.
  • State and Regional Associations State and regional limousine associations may join the NLA as association members.


There are so many reasons to become a member of the National Limousine Association. The NLA is the only international association serving the luxury chauffeured ground transportation industry. Membership confirms you stand with the very best in the profession. 


NLA membership unites peers in a powerful way. By pooling the resources and knowledge of thousands of operators from around the world, the National Limousine Association is able to accomplish goals far beyond the scope of any single limousine company. The inclusion of suppliers and manufacturers who support operator interests as associate members provides additional expertise and greater empowerment. Working together, NLA members continue to redefine professionalism and improve the industry every day.

At their October 6, 2009 meeting, the NLA Board of Directors approved five new policy statements prepared by NLA legal counsel Michael Morrone of Keller and Heckman LLP.  The statements include:

The statements were prepared to comply with new Internal Revenue Service (IRS) requests for non-profit organizations.





*See the NLA Bylaws for specific criteria of membership




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