26 Blog Posts From the Traffic Calming Tag


Lane Courtesy in Los Angeles

Guest Blog NMA Member Michael Jabbra Lane courtesy means to drive always in the right lane unless you are passing someone slower. In some countries, such as Germany, people practice this simple, helpful idea. Sadly, this is not true in Los Angeles. Of course, lane courtesy makes no sense during rush hour in Los Angeles, […]

The Glaucomic Google Car

Old people tend not to drive fast. Or even the speed limit. They sometimes drive into things, too. This is understandable. They are, after all, old. One day — if we’re lucky — we’ll all be old. What grates is the deliberate obliviousness of some older drivers. Nothing like getting caught behind an old coot […]

TheNewspaper.com Roundup: December 23, 2015

Each Wednesday, we’ll publish quick summaries of the articles from the last week on TheNewspaper.com. We’re doing this because these articles are often strongly connected to the issues that National Motorists Association members are interested in. Wednesday, December 23, 2015 Federal Judge Limits Testimony In Redflex Bribery Trial US District Judge Virginia M. Kendall said […]

TheNewspaper.com Roundup: October 21, 2015

Each Wednesday, we’ll publish quick summaries of the articles from the last week on TheNewspaper.com. We’re doing this because these articles are often strongly connected to the issues that National Motorists Association members are interested in. Wednesday, October 21, 2015 Redflex Bounces Back Overseas, Quarterly Losses Down Redflex told Australian investors on Tuesday that rumors […]

Sensible Traffic Laws… For a Change!

By Eric Peters, Automotive Columnist Virginia — home of the dumbed-down “reckless driving” statute (drive faster than 20 MPH over any speed limit and you automatically qualify; see here) has actually done something sensible for once, with regard to its traffic laws. Flashing yellow “proceed when clear” signals are replacing Thou Must Sit And Wait […]