67 Alerts From the PENNSYLVANIA Tag


Immediate Attention: PA Members–Oppose HB 1187 TODAY!

Dear NMA Pennsylvania Members, On Wednesday, May 24, House Transportation will have a voting meeting on HB 1187, which will allow speed cameras on a stretch of Roosevelt Boulevard (US 1) in Philadelphia, PA You can contact House Transportation here to oppose the bill. To make this easy, click here to contact the head of the committee. You can also contact […]

Payment Assurance Devices under Scrutiny: NMA E-Newsletter #428

The Federal Trade Commission has started an investigation into the practice of auto lenders equipping new vehicles with GPS and other devices. A payment assurance device attached to a vehicle’s ignition allows finance companies to remotely and instantly disable the vehicle and prevent it from being driven. If a car goes missing, lenders can use […]

PA Members: Oppose SB279 and SB251 TODAY

Dear NMA Pennsylvania Members, On Wednesday February 8, 2017, the Pennsylvania State Senate Transportation Committee will vote on two bills to allow municipal police to use radar, as well as all police to use LIDAR. These are bills SB 279 and SB 251. Please contact the Transportation Committee and YOUR own state senator below. It […]

Pennsylvania Legislative Alert for October 7, 2016

Dear NMA Members from the great state of Pennsylvania, Very soon, the Pennsylvania General Assembly will come back to wrap up the entire session. Sadly, it is not good news for Pennsylvania motorists. Despite objections from NMA members, Governor Wolf earlier this year signed the bill to extend red-light cameras until 2027. Now the mad […]

More Nighttime Restrictions for Teen Drivers. Why? Part 2 Newsletter Readers Respond: NMA E-Newsletter #399

Last week’s newsletter on the new Center for Disease Control guidelines to states with regards to nighttime driving for teen drivers brought in some great comments for discussion.  We thought we would share a few thoughts covering both sides of the issue. To read last week’s newsletter, More Nighttime Restrictions for Teen Drivers. Why? Part […]