Membership Value Services & Benefits – Discounts on seminars, events, and a range of IMTA endorsed products. The IMTA is your safety resource. We have relationships and work with the FMCSA, BMV, INDOT, One Stop Shop and ISP just to name a few. Take some time and visit our website at www.intrucking.org to review our association.
Membership driven – All IMTA members have an opportunity to actively participate in committees and councils. Check out our Future Leaders of Indiana Council (FLI) that is focused on furthering the professional development of its membership through education, mentorship and leadership opportunities while continuing to grow and develop the IMTA membership.
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Safety Programs Safety & Maintenance Council (SMC) – Our Safety and Maintenance Council (SMC) works hard to make sure our members stay up to date on key topics via SMC meetings, scale visits, DOT and NATMI courses throughout the year. They also recognize safety the following ways: Annual Truck Driving and Technician Competition, Driver of the Month/Year, Technician of the Quarter, Master Truck Driver Award, Annual Carrier Awards Program, Safety Professional of the Year, and the Maintenance Professional of the Year.
Distracted Driving Education – The IMTA hosts educational awareness for high school students and the motoring public by using the funds from sales of our specialty “Put the Phone Down” License Plate. Support this effort by purchasing one!
Certification or Educational Needs? - Just ask us! Chances are we may be able to provide it directly through our Membership Director or via a member company.
Advocacy – (Legislative and Regulatory) – We work at both the State and Federal Level. Some recent accomplishments include:
7% sales tax on diesel fuel eliminated for private carriers
A proposed $8.75 trailer registration renewal fee was killed
Removed the 4 point assessment on a driver’s CDL for overweight citations
Tractor-trailers now have the right of way in roundabouts
Reduced the proposed IRP registration fee increase of 50% to 25%. This is an apportioned fee.
Achieved Governor Holcomb’s commitment to not toll existing roadways while he is Governor of Indiana.
Networking Opportunities – Through numerous events, our members develop relationships with their peers that are helpful in running their day to day business. Stay informed by visiting our website at www.intrucking.org and following us on FACEBOOK. Communications – Each week IMTA distributes a newsletter with information important to our association and industry. We also publish a membership directory and a quarterly magazine, which are excellent, economical ways for companies to advertise and reach their targeted audience.