2017 Subaru Forester Review

2017 Subaru Forester Review

The NMA Foundation presents Eric Peter’s Car Review, a weekly Saturday feature on the NMA blog.  *  *  * You may have noticed that there are lots of Subarus (all kinds, including ancient Brats from the ’80s) running around places where it snows a lot. This is what they call in law enforcement a clue. Subarus […]

Driving News Roundup: February 17, 2017

Driving News Roundup: February 17, 2017

This Week’s Highlights:  –Traffic fatalities rise 2nd year in a row— –CA speed cam bill— –MT limits ALPR use— –TX wants to lower speed limits— –Arizona does not pass a gas tax increase— –Oregon wants Vision Zero entire state– NMA Driving News Story of the Week More than 55,000 U.S. bridges are in need of […]

Should Vehicles Be Dead Zones?

Should Vehicles Be Dead Zones?

If there were a list of life-altering technology, the cell phone would certainly rank within the top 10. Mobile devices allow us to work, communicate, and learn anywhere at any time. With 95% of Americans owning a cell phone, we’re more connected to each other than ever before. Cell phones are undoubtedly an incredible gift […]

NMAlerts is Here!

NMAlerts is Here!

On February 9th we released NMAlerts, the enforcement activity app featured in the Winter 2017 issue of Driving Freedoms – the one with the Wizard of Oz meme on the cover. NMAlerts is a new benefit available only to supporting members of the NMA. We have had a lot of fun beta-testing the new app […]

The Hybrid Mustang is Like the Pope in Shorts

The Hybrid Mustang is Like the Pope in Shorts

At the Detroit Auto Show reveal of the soon-to-be-produced hybrid Ford Mustang, marketing manager Mark Schaller said the following: “The world has figured out a way to take that technology and use it for performance… that will be the way we use that technology for this car . . . it’s not meant to be […]