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NMA President Gary Biller recounts the impact of the 55 NMSL along with its subsequent repeal. Read more
The NMA shines its spotlight on one of the most notorious speed trap states in the country. Read more
With the holidays approaching, here are some common-sense tips for navigating those treacherous mall parking lots. Read more
John Carr examines what it takes to be a "road safety expert." Read more
John Carr discusses the psychology behind traffic policy decisions. Hint: It comes down to human nature. Read more
Traffic ticket revenue includes red-light camera citations
Speeding tickets still predominate the types of citations handed out, but red-light and speed camera tickets are becoming more commonplace in states where photo enforcement is permitted. Pennsylvania only has one major city, Philadelphia, that currently operates a red-light camera program.
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