177 Blog Posts From the SAFETY Tag


Are Drivers losing the War on Cars? NMA E-Newsletter #511

Are Drivers losing the War on Cars? NMA E-Newsletter #511

Even though drivers constitute what should be the largest voting block in the country, you would never know it by apathetic motorists who drive blissfully unaware until they are confronted with the reality of the war on cars—which is essentially an effort to get people out of their cars for good through regulations that impede […]

7 Ways to Shut Down a Speed Trap

7 Ways to Shut Down a Speed Trap

This article was adapted from information on the NMA’s speed trap registry website, www.speedtrap.org, a listing of speed traps submitted by drivers across the country. Check out the NMA Speed Trap Issues page HERE. Speed traps are often used by municipalities as a method of generating revenue to run the government. “Safety” is given as the […]

US Bill Seeks to Protect Self-Driving Vehicle Manufacturers

US Bill Seeks to Protect Self-Driving Vehicle Manufacturers

From Gary Massey, a Chattanooga Personal Injury Attorney with the law firm of Massey & Associates, P.C.  A bill pending in the United States Senate would, among other things, allow manufacturers and operators of self-driving vehicles to require end-users to enter into binding, confidential arbitration in order to resolve matters, including personal injury disputes. The […]

ATE Racket Report for October 24, 2018

ATE Racket Report for October 24, 2018

The ATE Racket Report is a weekly feature of the NMA blog. We want to bring the issues of automated traffic enforcement to our supporters in a more coherent up-to-date fashion.   Compiled by NMA Foundation Director James C. Walker and NMA Communications Director Shelia Dunn  This week… The Atlantic posted a fascinating article last […]

Bird Scooters Pose Hazard for Pedestrians

Bird Scooters Pose Hazard for Pedestrians

From Clayton Hasbrook, an Oklahoma motor vehicle accident attorney with the law firm of Hasbrook & Hasbrook. Oklahoma City experienced a “stork drop” in early August: 50 Bird electric scooters were delivered to the city’s downtown area as part of what the company is calling a “pilot program”. The scooters quickly became a target of […]