The Ins and Outs of Warrantless Vehicle Searches (Part 1)

The Ins and Outs of Warrantless Vehicle Searches (Part 1)

By Ted Levitt, NMA Member Editor’s Note: This post originally appeared as an NMA Weekly E-Newsletter in 2014. Ted recently reviewed the information and informed the NMA that the post is still accurate and vital information for all drivers. If you would like to receive the NMA Weekly E-Newsletter, join the NMA today! If you’ve […]

Wanna Bet? How Casino Gambling Will Pay the Way for Highway Funding in Arkansas, Part 1

Wanna Bet? How Casino Gambling Will Pay the Way for Highway Funding in Arkansas, Part 1

By Thomas Beckett, NMA Arkansas Member Editor’s Note: In 2020, for the Driving in America blog, Thomas has already written three posts on how a small state like Arkansas is working to fund infrastructure projects. His last post is about raising speed limits in the state. Check out all four below. Driving in America—Arkansas Report […]

Vision Zero: The Consequences of Intolerance

Vision Zero: The Consequences of Intolerance

Editor’s Note: This post originally appeared as NMA E-Newsletter #373 in March 2016. Motorists need to understand what we are facing when it comes to Vision Zero. This piece outlined just one example and was written before the current COVID-19 crisis. Ecosystem: A system, or a group of interconnected elements, formed by the interaction of a […]

Vision Zero and the Big Lie

Vision Zero and the Big Lie

Editor’s Note: This post originally appeared as NMA E-Newsletter #371 in February 2016. Motorists need to understand what we are facing when it comes to Vision Zero. This piece outlines just one example. Those who would ban us from our vehicles have become skillful manipulators of language and emotion. We were reminded of this after […]

New York City Police Use Pandemic to Create COVID-19 Checkpoints

New York City Police Use Pandemic to Create COVID-19 Checkpoints

By guest writer Joe Cadillic, MassPrivatel Blog A recent article in The New York Post revealed how the NYPD used the pandemic to justify creating COVID-19 checkpoints. “New York officials have stopped 353 cars at entrances to the Big Apple to warn travelers of the mandatory two-week quarantine rule. The stops were made from Wednesday through Friday at […]

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