National Association of Truck Stop Owners

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The National Association of Truck Stop Operators (NATSO) is a Washington-based trade association of 1500 members belonging to the travel plaza and truck stop industries. The organization lobbies the United States federal and local government for laws favorable to their members.

Notably, NATSO supports the ban of commercialization in state-sanctioned service plazas along toll-free roads, the establishment of the Interstate Oasis program (which designates eligible venues as an "oasis" on a sign along the Interstate), the continued federal ownership of the highway system and greater transparency on the pricing procedure of credit card fees.

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