More Night Time Restrictions for Teen Drivers. Why? : NMA E-Newsletter #398

Earlier this month, the Center for Disease Control came out with new guidelines for state legislatures to consider including:  Set the driving curfew for 16 to 17 year olds closer to 9:00 PM.  The reason the CDC gives has to do with a report that nationwide, 31-percent of the 16 and 17-year-old drivers involved in […]

How Safe are our Kids GETTING ON and OFF the School Bus? NMA E-Newsletter #397

This month, our children and grandchildren will be going back to school after a long summer of fun and vacation.  Many of those kids will be riding a school bus. Did you know that riding a school bus is the safest way for a child to go to school? In fact, riding a school bus […]

Smile for the NMA Foundation: NMA E-Newsletter 396

If you are an online shopper, odds are good that you have ventured on to the Amazon.com site to compare pricing, read customer reviews, and make purchases.  During the last two years we know that NMA supporters have acquired over $280,000 worth of goods and services from Amazon that have directly benefitted our nonprofit NMA […]

School—Now in Session: NMA E-Newsletter #395

If you grew up in rural America, you probably rode a school bus to school every day. If a child lives in the country or farther away from the school, the only reasonable way to get there is to ride a yellow school bus. Someone has to pay for that though and school districts, especially […]

Texas DOT asks for advice from the public on the I-35 upgrades!

The Texas Department of Transportation wants to improve safety and mobility for I-35 but they need your help. A survey has been created to find out how you think they could upgrade the roads. The department of transportation is developing guidelines for aesthetic upgrades from Rundberg to Woodland. To take the survey, visit surveymonkey.com/r/I35AestheticsSurvey.