101 Blog Posts From the Technology Tag


What Do Young Drivers Think About Driverless Cars and Mobility as a Service?

What Do Young Drivers Think About Driverless Cars and Mobility as a Service?

Decades ago, we would only dream about cars that could drive themselves. Now, self-driving cars are the newest solution to a lesser pollution and the new experience of sitting in the driver’s place without the need to get involved. Personally, I believe that driverless cars and mobility as a service is a great thing, especially […]

It’s a boring job but somebody has to do it

It’s a boring job but somebody has to do it

Tesla is notorious for advertising a “self-driving” car and asking the passenger in the left front seat to pay full attention to driving the same as a dumb old car. Eric Peters recently called out BMW for the same lie. Meanwhile regulators are being asked to look elsewhere as the “trolley problem” makes the rounds […]

ATE Racket Report for November 7, 2018

ATE Racket Report for November 7, 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… Aurora, Colorado residents voted two out of three […]

To Record or Not to Record, That is the Question: NMA E-Newsletter #512

To Record or Not to Record, That is the Question: NMA E-Newsletter #512

An interesting phenomenon is being reported by some members. Police officers approaching their vehicles during routine traffic stops are asking an opening question different than the traditional, “Do you know why I stopped you?” Rather, in this day of rising popularity of dashcams and the ubiquitous presence of smartphones, the opening query is just as […]

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 […]