348 Blog Posts From the NMA Tag


NMA Driving News Weekly Roundup for June 23, 2017

NMA Driving News Weekly Roundup for June 23, 2017

In this week’s Driving News Roundup: –MADD founders says UT DUI law is distracting— –AL RLC suit stays in state court— –TX Sandra Bland Act now law— –DE now has transportation lockbox–   Click on the red headline to read the full story.   NMA Driving News Stories of the Week  Male, female or X? Oregon […]

Putting Courtesy Back into Driving

Putting Courtesy Back into Driving

When promoting the virtues of lane courtesy, the NMA will often get feedback from readers suggesting – some more forcefully than others – that the proper terminology should be ‘lane discipline’ or ‘keep right except to pass.’ Both of those phrases have specific and important meanings, but neither does justice to the spirit of cooperation […]

Autonomous Vehicle Regulations Talk on the Hill

Autonomous Vehicle Regulations Talk on the Hill

The NMA Foundation presents The Car of the Future weekly feature: Nearly every week some state or city has decided to take up the work on regulating autonomous vehicles in their jurisdiction. Up until now, Washington has taken a wait and see attitude or perhaps just had no clue what to do. But in order for autonomous vehicles […]

NMA Driving News Weekly Roundup for June 16, 2017

NMA Driving News Weekly Roundup for June 16, 2017

In this week’s Driving News Roundup: –ATS loses in Alabama— –AV regs discussed on the Hill— –Amarillo discusses legality of RLC— –SanFran has ridesharing trouble—too many cars on the street– NMA’s Driving News Story of the Week Federal Appeals Court Blocks Transfer Of Anti-Camera Lawsuit In a significant blow to one of the red-light camera […]

Lane Courtesy or Law–A California Cultural Examination

Lane Courtesy or Law–A California Cultural Examination

from Norman Risch, NMA California Member While the NMA has been increasingly promoting left lane courtesy for years, I can compare several states in which I have lived or worked. California is far worse than Maryland, DC, or Virginia, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and most other Eastern states in left and right lane courtesy (not that any […]