Michigan Supporters: The Driver Responsibility Fee debt is wiped out beginning Oct 1–See if you are eligible

Dear Michigan NMA Members, Beginning Monday, October 1st, residents who have the Driver Responsibility Fee debt will have it wiped away. Last spring, the governor signed a law to fully repeal the fee. Additional staff have been added to help alleviate the expected long lines and wait times at your local Department of Motor Vehicle […]

Maryland Truth in Speed Cameras Act of 2018

Maryland Environment & Transportation Committee: Kumar P. Barve, Chair (410) 841-3990, (301) 858-3990 Dana M. Stein, Vice-Chair (410) 841-3527, (301) 858-3527 Carl L. Anderton, Jr. Pamela G. Beidle Alfred C. Carr, Jr. Andrew P. Cassilly Gerald W. Clark Robert L. Flanagan William G. Folden David Fraser-Hidalgo Barbara A. Frush James W. Gilchrist Anne Healey Marvin E. Holmes, Jr. Jay […]

Boston’s “Vision Zero” Exposed: Lowering the speed limit increases speeding ticket revenue by 47%: NMA E-Newsletter #506

From guest writer Joe Cadillic of the MassPrivatel Blog All across the country, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) is hard at work convincing cities to lower their speed limits to 25 MPH. The national effort to lower speed limits in cities is a fundamental tenet of a movement known as “Vision Zero.” To date, the National Highway […]

PA Legislative Session Begins Again 9.24.18–4 Critical Bills NEED YOUR IMMEDIATE ATTENTION

Dear Pennsylvania NMA Members, PLEASE TAKE IMMEDIATE ACTION: The Pennsylvania General Assembly will come back on September 24, 2018. There has been intense anti-driving activity by paid lobbyists and special interest groups. We need your help, in contacting your elected officials to oppose these bills. The opposition is very well organized and they are getting people […]

Pushing Coercion of Motorists to the Edge of Legality: NMA E-Newsletter #505

Two states, Arizona and Virginia, require some measure of due process when issuing photo tickets: To be considered a valid citation, the summons must either be handed directly to the accused by a process server or the target must otherwise acknowledge receipt. Without that proof of being served it can’t be verified to the court […]