517 Blog Posts From the Traffic Tickets Tag


NMA’s Weekly ATE Racket Report for July 3, 2018

NMA’s Weekly ATE Racket Report for July 3, 2018

Compiled by NMA Foundation Director James C. Walker and NMA Communications Director Shelia Dunn  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.   This Past Week… –The largest operator of automated traffic […]

NMA’s Weekly ATE Racket Report for June 26, 2018

NMA’s Weekly ATE Racket Report for June 26, 2018

Compiled by NMA Foundation Director James C. Walker and NMA Communications Director Shelia Dunn 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.   This past week… Good News for Privacy Advocates and […]

Can An Affordable Radar Detector be a Good Radar Detector?

Can An Affordable Radar Detector be a Good Radar Detector?

Radar detectors make driving enjoyable again — by greatly reducing your vulnerability to being ticketed for “speeding,” which is one of those made-up offenses that few of us feel moral guilt for committing because we know we’re not doing anything wrong. It’s like sticking your tongue out at a totem pole god. The difference being […]

NMA Driving News Weekly Roundup for June 22, 2018

NMA Driving News Weekly Roundup for June 22, 2018

In this week’s Driving News Roundup: –SCOTUS will decide if Civil Forfeiture Violates 8th Amendment— –CA lauds Multi-state Zero Emissions Vehicle Plan— –Carmakers Risk Wasting Billions on EVs and AVs— –OH Supremes back Legislative Curb on Speed Cams– Click on the color headline to read the full story. NMA Driving News Stories of the Week […]

South Carolina Considering Bill Banning Holding Cell Phone While Driving

South Carolina Considering Bill Banning Holding Cell Phone While Driving

A bill being debated in the South Carolina House of Representatives would make it possible for police to charge drivers who are holding cell phones while driving, eliminating the need to prove that they were using the device to send text messages or use any other functionality other than to make calls. The current law […]