35 Blog Posts From the Lane Courtesy Tag


#358 NMA E-Newsletter Reboot Blog: Surviving Deer Season

#358 NMA E-Newsletter Reboot Blog: Surviving Deer Season

Every once in a while, the NMA likes to reboot a newsletter that still has some relevant news, an update on legislation or motorist advice. E-Newsletter #358 gives important advice on surviving deer season. If you would like to receive our weekly email newsletter, register with your email address by clicking here.   NMA E-Newsletter […]

A drop in the bucket

A series of stories is making the rounds saying Indiana police are enforcing the “slowpoke law” prohibiting left lane blocking. No, they aren’t. 100 tickets in a year statewide is not enforcement. My city writes more speeding tickets in a month. I expect Indiana police use the law like my police, for pretext stops and […]

Pet Peeves and Unwritten Rules of the Road Part 2

Pet Peeves and Unwritten Rules of the Road Part 2

These are the last few days of Lane Courtesy Month sponsored by the National Motorists Association. My only shout out is practice what you preach—drive right and pass left. If you need more reasons why this is important, check out our 2016 Infograph HERE! In last Tuesday’s blog, I asked if anyone had any pet […]

Pet Peeves & Unwritten Rules of the Road!

Pet Peeves & Unwritten Rules of the Road!

Many of us have pet peeves when we drive. I don’t like tailgaters. Rude and unsafe, tailgaters distract me from driving because I keep watching them and wonder why they are pushing me. I see a tailgater in my rearview mirror at least twice a week. What makes me smile though is that if the […]

Lane Courtesy Month Brings Awareness to Driving Right!

Lane Courtesy Month Brings Awareness to Driving Right!

To develop a driving skill set, a motorist needs practice to be a great driver. Many unwritten rules of the road have been handed down generation to generation and now some of those unwritten rules have become laws like Lane Courtesy. States and media usually dub these laws “the slowpoke law” and nearly every state […]