84 Blog Posts From the SAFETY Tag


Yielding to Pedestrians/Yielding to Cars

Yielding to Pedestrians/Yielding to Cars

Being a safe and responsible driver requires a combination of knowledge, skill, attitude and caring about the safety of others on the road. As a motorist, you are probably also, at one time or another, a pedestrian. The National Motorists Association believes that there should be one set of “rules of the road” for all users so […]

When to Sell a Car Because of Maintenance Costs

When to Sell a Car Because of Maintenance Costs

Buying a car is one of the most significant purchases you can make in your life. A house is a collective decision, often practical, but a car can be a personal, emotional choice. They say time and tide waits for no man, and there’s a good chance some time has probably passed since you purchased […]

Operational Neurasthenia

Operational Neurasthenia

It’s reasonable to adjust speed for conditions — snow, for instance. But what about drivers who drop their speed because it might snow later? Road (and school) closings, not because it is snowing. Because it’s possible it may. This appears to be the latest manifestation of the hysterical — in the psychiatric sense — over […]

Commuters vs. Neighborhoods—Congestion at its Root: NMA Weekly E-Newsletter #477

Commuters vs. Neighborhoods—Congestion at its Root: NMA Weekly E-Newsletter #477

We all pay for public roads so shouldn’t we be able to travel on them when we want? A number of New Jersey towns and villages are saying NO. If you don’t live here, you don’t have the right to take a neighborhood street to beat congestion during rush hour. Part of the reason commuters […]

NMA Driving News Weekly Roundup for March 2, 2018

NMA Driving News Weekly Roundup for March 2, 2018

In this week’s Driving News Roundup: –German Court says okay for cities to ban Diesel— –CA allows driverless cars without human babysitters in April— –Ridesharing Cars cause even more City Congestion, Who knew?— –40 states reach Takata Airbag Scandal Settlements— Click on the color headline to read the full story. NMA Driving News Story of […]