The Michigan Towing Association has gathered to use its strength in numbers to work with the Michigan State Legislature and with the Michigan State Police to improve wrecker operations throughout the
State of Michigan. The Association provides an opportunity to meet owners and employees from other Michigan towing companies, and to share ideas and knowledge that can improve the daily operations of your business.
The MTA was the first trucking association in this country. It is the oldest association of wrecker companies in the United States, with its genesis occurring in 1941. It was incorporated in the mid-50's and has continued to be one of the leading towing organizations in the United States.
The MTA is
composed of more than 120 companies
specializing in the towing industry. Ninety percent
(90%)of our members are towing companies engaged in the daily transportation of wrecked and disabled vehicles. The Association meets ten times a year on the second Wednesday of the month. For a listing of our meeting times and locations,
Whenever the need arises, the Association sponsors seminars and training meetings to acquaint its members with changes in the law and operations. We have sponsored light duty training schools, heavy duty training schools, CDL training and DOT drug testing seminars, among others. These programs are repeated periodically for the benefit of new members and new entrants into the industry. To view a listing of
any upcoming seminars,