91 Blog Posts From the DISTRACTED DRIVING Tag


Ticket Cam Alerts are Alive and Well in the Time of COVID-19

Ticket Cam Alerts are Alive and Well in the Time of COVID-19

By Shelia Dunn, NMA Communications Director The Ticket Cam Alert is a weekly feature of the NMA blog. Please feel free to comment below the post. Ticket Cam Alerts are Alive and Well in the Time of COVID-19 You would think that during a time of a pandemic when everyone should be at home that […]

Friends don’t let friends drive Android

Friends don’t let friends drive Android

Another report on distracted driving came out recently. Most people saw typical press release fluff with a bar graph with no obvious scale showing how reaction time differed depending on what drivers were doing. Driving drunk was the best thing you could do short of driving sober. Using a touch screen infotainment system was the […]

The Slow March toward Forced Temperance

The Slow March toward Forced Temperance

Editor’s Note: This piece first appeared as NMA Weekly E-Newsletter #571 which was emailed to NMA members on December 22, 2019. If you would like to receive the weekly E-Newsletter, a one-topic dive into an important aspect of motorists rights, become an NMA member today! It’s been seven years since we wrote about the Driver Alcohol […]

Minding Your Mood and your Eyeballs

Minding Your Mood and your Eyeballs

Memory seats are nice. But how about mood minders? In-car sensors that assess your state of mind via eye movements, facial expressions, gestures — even your rising (or falling) heartbeat — and adjust the car accordingly? Some of this is already here. Some new cars come standard with “drowsy driver” monitoring systems. Cameras embedded in the dash […]

The Panopticon Expands: Distracted Driving Cams+

The Panopticon Expands: Distracted Driving Cams+

Precedent always becomes practice. Having established as legitimate the use of cameras to robotically ticket people for “speeding” and “running” red lights — timed to go red quickly, to ensnare as many drivers as possible — it was only a matter of time before the principle to include automatically ticketing people for using their cell […]

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Maryland Criminal Defense Lawyer Kush Arora

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Virginia
Virginia Criminal Lawyer Karin Riley Porter

A skilled Virginia traffic lawyer with over ten years of trial experience.

California
Michael Goldstein, Los Angeles Criminal & DUI Attorney

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California
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Illinois
Personal Injury Attorney Chicago

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