57 Alerts From the VIRGINIA Tag

Getting REAL: NMA Weekly E-Newsletter #478

With the February 25, 2018 newsletter regarding the advent of digital driver’s licenses, it is an appropriate time to provide an update on the implementation of the REAL ID Act of 2005. Over the past 12 years, the NMA and other civil liberties organizations have lobbied against REAL ID which in effect would convert your […]

IMMEDIATE ATTENTION: Oppose SB509 and SB917 in Virginia House TODAY

Dear NMA Virginia Members, PLEASE CONTACT COMMITTEE MEMBERS IMMEDIATELY Virginia’s House Militia, Police and Public Safety Subcommittee will hold a hearing on a pair of bills to install deadly speed cameras across the state. The Senate has already passed both bills, these bills must die. Hearing is Thursday, February 22 at 7:30am The Bills are as […]

Watch Out—You Could be Next!: NMA Weekly E-Newsletter #475

Most people’s interaction with a police officer is usually during a traffic stop. The anxiety and fear that most of us feel when stopped by a police officer makes it worse when we believe we have done nothing wrong or thought we were doing the right thing. Placed in jeopardy of receiving a ticket or […]

Fight over Right to Repair will heat up in 2018: NMA E-Newsletter #470

You bought, you own it! That’s what most of us think anyway when we buy a car. We should be able to do what we want with it, whether modifying the engine for better performance or taking it to our favorite mechanic to have it repaired. Many car owners, however, might be surprised to find […]

Congestion Pricing Cannot be the Future of Transportation Funding, Part 1: NMA E-Newsletter #468

Single-occupant Northern Virginia commuters had a rude awakening in early December when they used Interstate 66 express lanes and found new tolls spiking as high as $44 for commuting the 10-mile stretch between the Capital Beltway and the District of Columbia. While the Virginia DOT showed that the average round-trip toll during the first week […]