By K.C. Green, P.E., NMA North Carolina Member Been stuck in traffic lately?  Well join the club.  What could be more frustrating than piddling along at 5 mph when the speed limit’s 70?  It’s about the same time you say to yourself (or fellow passenger), “Why don’t they widen this (fill in the blank) road?”  […]

Time to Speak Up or Face the Possibility of Another National Maximum Speed Limit: NMA E-Newsletter #405

Several members have registered their opposition to a NHTSA proposal to cap the maximum speed of trucks following this NMA email alert on October 1st.  We hope more do the same before the public comment period ends on November 7th to help counteract a growing number of calls for a federal mandate that all vehicles […]

Oppose SB627

Dear NMA MI Members, Contact (email, write or call) your state senator today to OPPOSE SB627. This bill, SB627, could be up for a vote next week when the Michigan State Senate meets for three days. Senate Bill (SB) 627 might be going to the chamber. If passed, SB627 would authorize toll taxes and open […]

Don’t (Snap)Shoot Yourself in the Foot: NMA E-Newsletter #404

from Gary Biller, NMA President Let’s take a little quiz, one that I’ve given to a few audiences during NMA presentations. First question: Do you feel that you are a better-than-average driver? Second question: Would you consider enrolling in a program like Progressive’s Snapshot in which the insurance company offers a discounted premium for better […]

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 […]