Keeping my VW Diesel till the Bitter End-Part 2: NMA E-Newsletter #418

By Greg Amy, Connecticut State Activist Check out Part 1 Here. Another environmental concern with the Federal decree is disposition of the bought-back vehicles. Obviously, these vehicles cannot be re-sold until they are fixed, assuming a fix is ever found. (I don’t expect VW can fix these engines to the Feds’ and CARB’s satisfaction in […]

Info on how to Raise Speed Limits on KY Rural Divided Highways

Dear NMA Kentucky Members, Member Shane Wilson has sent this information to the national office and asked that we send it on to Kentucky Members. Due to an administrative policy change from the Beshear to Bevin administration, the Transportation Cabinet is open to raising rural, divided multilane highways up to 65 MPH based on design […]

Keeping my VW Diesel till the Bitter End-Part 1: NMA E-Newsletter #417

By Greg Amy, Connecticut State Activist By now you are well aware of the Volkswagen “TDI Scandal”. In September 2015, VW got caught by a West Virginia University lab cheating on its emissions testing procedures for 2009 – 2015 VW 2.0L TDI-equipped cars. Simply put, the EPA accused VW of putting code in its engine […]

The Jigsaw Future of Car Ownership: NMA E-Newsletter #416

By Shelia Dunn, NMA Communications Director Owning a car has always been one of those milestones in a person’s life. When we were kids we dreamed about what kind of car we would own in the future. We dreamed of dragging Main Street so we could visit our friends and crush on each other. We […]