TMC is made up of more than 2,300 professionals from virtually every sector of the industry, including fleets, owner/operators, manufacturers, suppliers, service providers, educators, trade press, academics and technicians. By providing leadership support and opportunities to collaborate, TMC helps its members develop industry-recommended practices to address the critical technology and maintenance issues that have the greatest impact on truck fleets.
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RECOMMENDED MAINTENANCE & ENGINEERING PRACTICES MANUAL
TMC's Recommended Maintenance & Engineering Practices Manual with supplements. Available online exclusively for all TMC members (nearly 500 individual RPs with illustrations) offers maintenance and specification best practices developed jointly by the industry’s top maintenance and engineering professionals.
Member price for NATMI’s (North American Transportation Management Institute) Certified Director/Supervisor of Maintenance courses.
TRANSPORT TOPICS SUBSCRIPTION
An annual subscription to Transport Topics, a weekly newspaper that focuses on current issues relevant to the trucking industry. (Not provided for Owner/Operators, Small Fleets or Technician members.)
The Trailblazer, TMC’s technical journal reports all meeting proceedings. Available on-line. Mailed copy not provided for Owner/Operators, Small Fleets or Technician members.
TMC LOYALTY DISCOUNT
TMC rewards long-time members by offering a five percent dues reduction for every seven years of consecutive membership. Been a member for 14 years? That’s 10 percent off your annual dues that will be automatically deducted from your annual dues invoice. For questions about qualification, please contact us at 703-838-1763 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
TMC/FleetNet America Vertical Benchmarking Program, a roadside breakdown benchmarking service enables companies to compare their fleets' unscheduled roadside repairs with those of similar fleets.