417 Blog Posts From the NMA Tag


Should We Lean into a Federal Vehicle Miles Traveled Tax?: NMA E-Newsletter #643

Should We Lean into a Federal Vehicle Miles Traveled Tax?: NMA E-Newsletter #643

Most experts agree that the way America funds infrastructure is broken. Many of our roads are in terrible shape. The Highway Trust Fund is nearly empty. Many local governments have difficulty paying for year-round road maintenance. The reasons vary. The federal and state gas taxes have never been adjusted for inflation. Many states divert funds […]

The Legal Obliteration of Due Process: NMA E-Newsletter #642

The Legal Obliteration of Due Process: NMA E-Newsletter #642

Coercion is an ugly word, but lawmakers have been known to use it as a blunt weapon to force compliance by the very people they represent. The latest and all-too-blatant example of legislative intimidation is contained within California Senate Bill 111. While this bill is about the use of school bus automated enforcement, a topic […]

More Hands on Deck: NMA E-Newsletter #641

More Hands on Deck: NMA E-Newsletter #641

Member response to the NMA’s April 13th email alert and last week’s newsletter, All Hands on Deck, #640, has been tremendous. This grassroots campaign is focused on convincing the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) that key components of its planned update to the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) will make the roads less, not […]

Drive 55 Everywhere . . . Or Less

Drive 55 Everywhere . . . Or Less

Speed limits are about to become limitless as in, whatever those who set them say they are. This has always been true, to an extent in that all speed limits are, to a degree, arbitrary. People are subject to a ticket, i.e., being extorted by armed government workers, acting on behalf of the government simply […]

The Consequences of Ignoring the Law

The Consequences of Ignoring the Law

By Gary Biller, NMA President Editor’s Note: This post originally appeared as NMA Weekly E-Newsletter #628, emailed in January 2021. If you would like to receive the weekly newsletter, register today at the NMA! At the urging of the late motorists’ advocate extraordinaire, Jim Walker, the NMA provided grant support for the defense of a […]

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