95 Blog Posts From the DISTRACTED DRIVING Tag


The Slow March toward Forced Temperance: NMA Weekly E-Newsletter #571

The Slow March toward Forced Temperance: NMA Weekly E-Newsletter #571

It’s been seven years since we wrote about the Driver Alcohol Detection System and Safety (DADSS) program–A Frog in the Pot, E-newsletter #187–and efforts to make ignition interlock devices standard equipment in all vehicles. Proponents of forcing all drivers to pass alcohol detection testing before being able to operate their cars are nothing if not […]

How to Bring Home a Puppy in a Car Safely

How to Bring Home a Puppy in a Car Safely

The day has finally arrived, you are going to collect your adorable new puppy. You’ve picked the best name, loads of nice toys, maybe even a little bed! It’s normal to be a little anxious about the first journey with your puppy, so we’ve put together our top tips to help you plan your ride! […]

Decided Lingo for Automated Driver Assistance Technology (ADAS)—Will it Stick? (And, of course, other news)

Decided Lingo for Automated Driver Assistance Technology (ADAS)—Will it Stick? (And, of course, other news)

By Shelia Dunn, NMA Communications Director Four national groups pushed out a statement this week advocating that we should all unite in the adoption of a common naming system for advanced driver assistance technology (ADAS). AAA, Consumer Reports, J.D. Power and the National Safety Council are asking all safety groups, automakers and automotive industry journalists […]

What about Speed Limits?

What about Speed Limits?

Editor’s Note: This blog post first appeared on NMA’s Driving in America blog in February 2018. Have you ever noticed while driving that generally the experience is fairly civil? Not too much chaos…not too many drivers overdoing it. We all drive along because in reality we just want to go where we need to go […]

War on Cars Watch for November 13, 2019

War on Cars Watch for November 13, 2019

The War on Cars Watch is a weekly feature of the NMA blog. The War on Cars Watch focuses on road diets, traffic calming and programs such as Vision Zero and Complete Streets as well as studies, court cases, and other news that affect motorists.   Special commentary from NMA California Member Michael Jabbra is […]

Traffic Attorney, DUI Attorney, and Personal Injury Attorney Testimonials

California
Hedding Law Firm, Los Angeles Criminal Defense Lawyer

Top-rated law firm by Martindale-Hubbell with the highest possible rating in Los Angeles for both legal ability and ethical standards. Free consultation at 213-374-3952.

Virginia
Virginia Criminal Lawyer Karin Riley Porter

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

California
Richard Morse III, San Diego Personal Injury Lawyer

If you’ve been injured in a car accident, call San Diego personal injury lawyer Richard Morse III for a free consultation.

California
Ron Hedding, San Fernando Valley Criminal & DUI lawyer

Over 25 years experience focused exclusively on criminal law and a track record of success in all San Fernando Valley Courthouses. (213) 542-0940

Florida
Boris Lavent, Miami Personal Injury Lawyer

Miami personal injury attorney with a proven track record of fighting for car accident victims to make sure they get the money the deserve.

Maryland
Maryland Criminal Defense Lawyer Kush Arora

A seasoned Maryland traffic lawyer ready to defend you against DUI and reckless driving charges.