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You can begin seizing the many advantages of a Michigan Trucking Association membership. 95% of membership dues are deductible for federal income tax purposes. Join today!

Determine which category best suites your type of business.

1. Michigan-domiciled motor carriers

Annual dues based on gross operating revenue in Michigan:
0-$250,000 = $330.00
$250,001-$500,000 = $400.00
$500,001-$1,000,000 = $500.00
$1,000,001-$1,500,000 = $600.00
>$1,500,001 = .0004 x GOR ($6,300 maximum)

2. Non-Michigan domiciled motor carriers

Annual dues based on percentage of Michigan miles traveled x total company gross operating revenue:
% of Michigan miles ________ x gross operating revenue ___________ = $__________
0-$250,000 = $330.00
$250,001-$500,000 = $400.00
$500,001-$1,000,000 = $500.00
$1,000,001-$1,500,000 = $600.00
>$1,500,001 = .0004 x GOR ($6,300 maximum)

Private carriers are defined as non-trucking companies that own commercial motor vehicle fleets to deliver their own products. Annual dues are based on number of commercial motor vehicles (CMVs) owned:
1-3 CMVs = $225.00
4-20 CMVs = $330.00
>20 CMVs = $330.00 + $11.50 per additional CMV ($1,200 maximum)
Government/Tax Exempt Agencies (e.g., municipalities, not-for-profit organizations) = $150.00 regardless of fleet size

Allied members are defined as trucking-related businesses that provide products and/or services to the industry. Annual dues are based on breadth of business accounts.

1. Michigan-domiciled businesses

Local accounts within 50 miles of primary location = $330
Statewide accounts = $400
National accounts = $525

2. Non-Michigan domiciled businesses = $525

3. Additional allied member contacts

Basic allied membership entitles one contact person to receive MTA materials and be listed in MTA’s directory. Additional persons can be added for $50 each annually.

Owner-operators are defined as one truck operating independently or leased to another company. Annual dues are $90.

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Michigan Trucking Association is the recognized collective voice of the Michigan trucking industry. Along with this collective strength, members receive individual support — whether it’s a company with a smaller fleet, large corporate carrier or non-trucking company with commercial motor vehicles.