29 Alerts From the LANE COURTESY Tag


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 […]

NMA E-Newsletter #316: Can a Driver be too Courteous?

Can a single driver influence the actions of an entire freeway full of cars? Maybe a better question is should a single driver exert such influence? Ask yourself that question as you watch the seven minute video below. In it the driver describes how he can “wipe out” traffic jams and reduce stop-and-go traffic. We’re […]

NMA E-Newsletter #307: When You Hit the Road this Thanksgiving, “Do the Right Thing” and Let Faster Traffic Pass

Just in time for the holidays, here’s the latest NMA news release highlighting the kickoff of our Lane Courtesy public awareness campaign: Waunakee, WI – November 24, 2014: The National Motorists Association (NMA) in conjunction with the nonprofit NMA Foundation is kicking off an ongoing Lane Courtesy awareness campaign in time for Thanksgiving, one of […]

NMA E-Newsletter #284: A Needed Change in our Driving Culture

Lane Courtesy should be ingrained in our driving culture as a 24/7 practice by everyone on the road. Yet with the summer driving season upon us and vacation traffic flooding the highways, it is apparent that there is much work to do to educate the motoring public about the value of Lane Courtesy. Clearing the […]

NMA E-Newsletter #275: Driving in Germany—A View from the Windshield

Editor’s Note: In last week’s newsletter a member provided helpful insights about driving overseas. This week, NMA board member Eric Berg shares observations about driving in Germany. He makes important points regarding driver training requirements in Germany compared with those in the United States. The Germans take their driving training seriously, which pays off in […]