47 Blog Posts From the DISTRACTED DRIVING Tag


Car of the Future Weekly Roundup for May 23, 2018

Car of the Future Weekly Roundup for May 23, 2018

In this week’s Car of the Future Weekly Roundup –National Survey shows Americans have increased their fear of AVs— –AV backers push for federal framework— –AAA survey says drivers are distracted by in-car tech— Click on the colored title to see the full story NMA Car of the Future Story of the Week National survey […]

Unique Driving Restrictions in the United Kingdom

Unique Driving Restrictions in the United Kingdom

If you are planning to drive in the United Kingdom (UK) there are a number of rules, regulations and restrictions which every motorist needs to be aware of to be able to drive safely and legally – not to mention some unusual rules of etiquette to follow. We caught up with Darren from the UK’s […]

NMA Driving News Weekly Roundup for May 18, 2018

NMA Driving News Weekly Roundup for May 18, 2018

In this week’s Driving News Roundup: –US Supreme Court Upholds Ride Sharing Privacy— –Close to 50,000 People in Waco, TX could be headed for jail due to non-payment of traffic fines— –Truck Driver Shortage will affect all of us– –TX AG says no more public funds can be used for toll roads— –CAF Settlement shines […]

Writing Editorials against Automated Traffic Enforcement (and any Other Topics that Support NMA Positions)

Writing Editorials against Automated Traffic Enforcement (and any Other Topics that Support NMA Positions)

From Shelia Dunn, NMA Communications Director and James C. Walker, NMA Foundation Executive Director Writing a newspaper or online editorial can be one of the most effective advocacy efforts you can do because not only do regular folks read the editorial section but so do influencers. NMA Foundation Executive Director, James C. Walker writes letters […]

Proposed Hands-Free Driving Bill Passes Georgia House

Proposed Hands-Free Driving Bill Passes Georgia House

A bill aimed at combatting distracted driving in Georgia passed in the state’s House of Representatives last month and now will go to the Senate for a vote. Sponsored by Rep. John Carson (R-Marietta), the state’s first hands-free driving bill makes it illegal to use a mobile phone while driving, although using a GPS system […]