12 Alerts From the DELAWARE Tag


E-ZPass is Anything But: NMA E-Newsletter #528

Abuses by tolling authorities continue to mount. The lawsuit filed last year in U.S. District Court by Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association and the NMA against the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission for collecting inflated tolls to pay for projects unrelated to the operation and maintenance of the Turnpike continues under the purview of a federal judge. She […]

Bicycle Idaho Stops are Not Safe for Any Road User: NMA Weekly E-Newsletter #504

Since 1982, Idaho has been the only state that has allowed bicyclists to treat stop signs as yield signs and stoplights as stop signs. No other state passed a similar law until 2017. Delaware now has a similar law on its book and the Idaho stop fever is starting to rise.  Colorado passed a law […]

Can the Proverbial Pothole Problem be Disrupted?: NMA E-Newsletter #493

Nothing worse than hitting a pothole you can’t avoid on the road. Not only is it jarring and disruptive to your driving but it can also damage your car. AAA reports that American drivers pay an estimated $3 billion per year to repair cars damaged by potholes. AAA Manager of Technical Services Michael Calkins said […]

NMA E-Newsletter #318: Presenting a Call to Action for Motorists’ Rights

On February 6, 2015, NMA President Gary Biller spoke to approximately 100 members of the Lehigh Valley Tea Party (LVTP) at their monthly meeting in the Allentown/Bethlehem/Easton area of eastern Pennsylvania. The presentation is part of an outreach program to mobilize more people, needed now more than ever, to fight for drivers’ rights. While the […]

NMA E-Newsletter #317: “Courteous” Driver the True Obstruction

Last week’s e-newsletter really stirred up member response with an overwhelming number of you rejecting the Seattle driver’s approach to trying to single-handedly wipe out traffic jams and backups. The consensus was that he was obstructing traffic and should have stayed in the far right lane to let faster traffic pass. We agree. Here are […]