8 Blog Posts From the NTSB Tag


NMA Driving News Weekly Roundup for September 14, 2018

NMA Driving News Weekly Roundup for September 14, 2018

Notice: This will be the last Driving News Weekly Roundup. Subscribe instead to the Driving News Daily and receive the latest in motorists’ right news from around the country Monday-Friday right to your inbox! In this week’s Driving News Roundup: Texas Governor Campaigns on RLC Ban Trump Tariffs targeted by over 60 Industry Groups US […]

Car of the Future Weekly Roundup for August 8, 2018

Car of the Future Weekly Roundup for August 8, 2018

In this week’s Car of the Future Weekly Roundup IIHS faults Uber for deactivating Volvo’s automatic emergency braking in Arizona fatal crash NYC Taxi and Uber drivers unite in backing cap on Rideshare Cars Uber & Lyft agree to new tax in San Francisco GPS needs a backup Click on the colored title to see […]

TheNewspaper.com Roundup: May 21, 2018

TheNewspaper.com Roundup: May 21, 2018

In this week’s TheNewspaper.com Roundup! –NTSB examines school bus fatalities– –Traffic school has no safety benefit– –TX AG says no more public money for toll roads– Friday, May 18, 2018 NTSB Investigation Examines Preventable School Bus Fatalities The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) will meet Tuesday to discuss a pair of tragic school bus accidents […]

FIU Has Funds Suspended Following Fatal Bridge Collapse

FIU Has Funds Suspended Following Fatal Bridge Collapse

Funds have been suspended for the bridge that collapsed at Florida International University, according to an announcement by Governor Rick Scott. The funding, which is approximately $5.5 million, will not be issued by the Florida Department of Transportation until answers are found regarding the deadly collapse.  The collapse, which took the lives of six people, […]

A Texas Drunk Driver Argues Alcoholics are a Protected Class

A Texas Drunk Driver Argues Alcoholics are a Protected Class

A San Antonio man attempted to have his fourth DWI conviction overturned on appeal by arguing that Texas’s driving while intoxicated laws discriminate against alcoholics and are therefore unconstitutional. Ralph Alfred Friesenhahn was arrested for DWI following a single-car accident in rural Comal County, Texas. After the accident, blood tests revealed that Friesenhahn’s blood-alcohol level […]