Presumptive vs. Actual Impairment

Presumptive vs. Actual Impairment

Yesterday, my buddy got into an accident. An actual accident — because it was one he could not have avoided. A minivan pulled out in front of him, struck his Jeep — which spun several times before ending up in a ditch. My buddy is largely unhurt — except for his heart. Because his Jeep, […]

ATE Racket Report for January 14, 2019

ATE Racket Report for January 14, 2019

The ATE Racket Report is a weekly feature of the NMA blog. We want to bring the issues of automated traffic enforcement to our supporters in a more coherent up-to-date fashion.   Compiled by NMA Foundation Director James C. Walker and NMA Communications Director Shelia Dunn.  The Week of January 5-11, 2019… Russia Today posted […]

The Next Ten Years – Readers’ Edition, Part 1: NMA E-Newsletter #522

The Next Ten Years – Readers’ Edition, Part 1: NMA E-Newsletter #522

When we published E-Newsletter #520, The Next Ten Years, on December 30, 2018 with predictions from some NMA and NMA Foundation directors of the challenges that the NMA and motoring public are going to face over the next decade, we encouraged readers to provide their insights. And boy, have you. We currently have enough material […]

CES 2019—The Newest Trends and Developments for the Things We Drive

CES 2019—The Newest Trends and Developments for the Things We Drive

Whether we can attend or not, many of us enjoy the second week of January because it is time for the yearly Consumer Electronics Show (or CES) in Las Vegas. CES is not just for computers, TVs and phones but more and more—visions for the car of the future. There are two big trends that […]

2019 Chevy Sonic Review

2019 Chevy Sonic Review

Chevy’s second smallest car is also, as it turns out, one of its roomiest. It’s also less than half the price of Chevy’s smallest car — the Bolt electric car — and it goes twice as far, without having to wait nearly as long. This explains why GM (via the government) needs to pay people […]