51 Blog Posts From the DISTRACTED DRIVING Tag


A Call for Stronger Cell Phone Use Penalties for South Carolina Drivers

A Call for Stronger Cell Phone Use Penalties for South Carolina Drivers

Lawmakers in South Carolina are calling for stronger penalties for drivers who use their cell phones while operating their vehicles. More and more drivers are putting not only themselves but also everyone else around them at risk when they use their cell phones while driving.  There are simply too many distractions these days for drivers. […]

NMA’s Weekly ATE Racket Report for July 10, 2018

NMA’s Weekly ATE Racket Report for July 10, 2018

Compiled by NMA Foundation Director James C. Walker and NMA Communications Director Shelia Dunn  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.   This Week… The New York Times recently featured a […]

NMA Driving News Weekly Roundup for July 6, 2018

NMA Driving News Weekly Roundup for July 6, 2018

In this week’s Driving News Roundup: –Federal Judge Strikes Down TN Driving License Seizure— –Indiana Court to hear Civil Asset Forfeiture/Schools Case— –Auto Tariffs likely to send Car Prices Soaring— –Automated Traffic Cams more prevalent in Black DC Neighborhoods— –Toledo sues Ohio over Traffic Cams Click on the color headline to read the full story. […]

TheNewspaper.com Roundup: July 2, 2018

TheNewspaper.com Roundup: July 2, 2018

In this week’s TheNewspaper.com Roundup! –IN Court–Must have evidence of speeding to pull someone over for speeding– –Snapchat Speeder Lawsuit gets a slapdown in GA– –MD study shows how cam studies are gamed by researchers– Friday, June 29, 2018 Indiana Court: Cops May Not Pull Someone Over For Appearing To Speed Indiana prosecutors were desperate […]

The Good News about Automated Cars

The Good News about Automated Cars

Automated cars are being pushed on us harder than crystal meth in a West Virginia trailer park — by a tag team of the government apparat (which salivates at the prospect of heightened control over our movements) and a car industry which is becoming indistinguishable from the government, except that it wants to profit from […]