5 Alerts From the SUPER SPEEDER Tag


NMA E-Newsletter #315: Avoiding Unpleasant Surprises

John Nettles probably didn’t give it a second thought when he got a speeding ticket in Ehrhardt, South Carolina, in 1997. Like most people, he simply paid it and moved on. But some 17 years later, that decision has cost him his job.  It seems that Nettles’ ticket was never properly processed so it never […]

NMA E-Newsletter #278: Which States Exploit Motorists the Most?

We are putting the finishing touches on “Motorists Beware: Ranking the States that Treat You Worst,” a NMA press release that will be issued to media outlets across the nation on May 19th during the run-up to the Memorial Day holiday weekend. All 50 states plus the District of Columbia are rated and compared across […]

NMA E-Newsletter #238: An Easy Way to Speak Up

Summer is a great time to set pen to paper or fingers to keyboard and write a letter to your local newspaper or to an elected official. Many NMA members have been doing just that so we thought we would share a few examples to inspire you. Executive Director of the NMA Foundation Board Jim […]

NMA E-Newsletter #173: Pleading Guilty or No Contest Could Cost More Than You Think

What’s at stake when you get a traffic ticket? A fine. Maybe a couple of points on your license. Pay up and move on, right? What if you found out later that you had to pay an additional penalty due to the nature of your infraction? Would you have …

NMA Email Newsletter: Issue #70

A New Contender For The “Worst Drivers” Title? It’s long been a component of American folklore that young girls are much safer drivers than young boys—the accident statistics say so. Like a lot of folklore, the conclusions drawn from personal ex…