65 Blog Posts From the Driver’s License Tag


What’s Going on at the DMV?: NMA E-Newsletter #509

What’s Going on at the DMV?: NMA E-Newsletter #509

For years, comedians have made fun of long lines at the DMV (Departments of Motor Vehicles), but you know what…it’s not really funny anymore. The widespread problem seems to be three-fold. ·        Short term: A number of states are now under a tight deadline to implement REAL ID and motorists must apply for one in […]

Should I Buy a Car Even Though I Live in the City?

Should I Buy a Car Even Though I Live in the City?

In the United States, there were 222 million people who had a driver’s license in 2016. People are driving to work, school, vacations and other personal reasons. When living in rural or suburban areas, owning a car is a must. Work, grocery stores and local schools can be over 15 minutes to an hour away. […]

ATE Racket Report for September 19, 2018

ATE Racket Report for September 19, 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 Thumbs UP… Oakland, California’s MacArthur BART station accidentally […]

What You Need To Know About Radar Detector Laws

What You Need To Know About Radar Detector Laws

Radar detector usage has gone up in the past years that it has become a common accessory preferred by motorists. The convenience and help a radar detector provides makes driving much easier, making it a highly sought device to rely on for daily drives. Radar detectors can lessen worries of possible speeding tickets, especially as […]

Pushing Coercion of Motorists to the Edge of Legality: NMA E-Newsletter #505

Pushing Coercion of Motorists to the Edge of Legality: NMA E-Newsletter #505

Two states, Arizona and Virginia, require some measure of due process when issuing photo tickets: To be considered a valid citation, the summons must either be handed directly to the accused by a process server or the target must otherwise acknowledge receipt. Without that proof of being served it can’t be verified to the court […]