51 Blog Posts From the Ridesharing Tag


All Traffic is Local: A Look at Force-Fed Road Diets

All Traffic is Local: A Look at Force-Fed Road Diets

This post originally appeared as the cover story for the NMA Foundation’s Driving Freedoms Magazine Spring 2019. Driving can sometimes be a daily grind. But when cities reconfigure the streets you take every day—presumably, to make them safer—that daily grind often seems much worse. The war on cars, for many drivers, is no longer an […]

How Ride-Sharing Spells Trouble for Car Lovers

How Ride-Sharing Spells Trouble for Car Lovers

36% of adults in America have used a ride-hailing service in 2018 compared to just 15% in 2015. Statistics are often misleading though, and it seems like rural America has yet to buy into the gig-economy revolution: only about 1 in 5 adults living outside of urban centers has ever set foot in an Uber. […]

Bumper to Bumper: How Singapore Is Combating Traffic Jams

The problem of traffic in Singapore has been a subject of heated discussion among drivers and lawmakers for more than 40 years. The problem was first widely addressed in 1975 when traffic shut local traffic at peak times to such a crawl, commuters were only averaging about 12 miles per hour, even on multi-lane highways. […]

Car as a Service: A Forced Trend Going Nowhere Fast

Car as a Service: A Forced Trend Going Nowhere Fast

RoadShow recently ran a guide to car subscription plans that run the gamut in type and price. It got me to thinking–do people really want to pay for a car subscription which seems like a cross between car renting and car leasing? It’s a lot more expensive than owning or leasing a car, so why […]

NMA Principle Number 7: Motorists’ rights that keep pace with technological advances

NMA Principle Number 7: Motorists’ rights that keep pace with technological advances

The Driving in America Blog was started a year ago to bring more information to those who are beginning their journey as motorists’ rights advocates. Over the next several months, I will be working with each of the seven NMA principles to give readers of this weekly blog some idea of what we all are working towards […]

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Ron Hedding, San Fernando Valley Criminal & DUI lawyer

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California
Ambrosio Rodriguez,
Los Angeles Criminal Lawyer

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California
Dmitry Gorin, Los Angeles Criminal Defense Attorney

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California
Tofer and Associates, Accident Attorneys

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Virginia
Virginia Criminal Lawyer Karin Riley Porter

A skilled Virginia traffic lawyer with over ten years of trial experience.

California
Sherwin Arzani, Los Angeles Personal Injury Attorney

Sherwin Arzani and his team have over 17 years of personal injury experience helping car accident victims.