22 Blog Posts From the DMV Tag


Low-Level Traffic Fines: A Slippery Slope to Civil Court: NMA E-Newsletter #730

On January 1st, Nevada became the latest state to remove the threat of a criminal charge for motorists who can’t pay fines for minor traffic violations. The new law has downgraded these minor infractions from criminal misdemeanors to civil violations with civil penalties. This change only applies to low-level traffic tickets, not to tickets like reckless […]

Driving Safely They Aren’t

Are you a ‘passive passer?’ Some motorists seem to have been conditioned to regard a safely executed fast pass as “unsafe” and for that reason, most don’t even try to pass. Instead, they meekly follow. Their pace is determined by the pace of the car ahead of them, whose driver refuses to drive even the speed limit. […]

Police Fusion Centers Could Spy on Anyone under the Guise of Crime Fighting

By Joe Cadillic, MassPrivatel Blog A damning report on the Maine Information Analysis Center (MIAC) or Fusion Center, reveals just how intertwined corporate and government surveillance of the public has become. Fusion centers are notoriously secretive about public surveillance and what little we know can be summed up thusly: “Official secrecy, moreover, cloaks fusion centers, so what […]

A Driver’s License as a Convenience for Whom?

Editor’s Note: This post originally appeared in January 2022 as an NMA Weekly Newsletter #677. If you would like to receive the one-topic newsletter from the National Motorists Association, subscribe today. If you drive, you likely have a physical license indicating you passed a test and can legally drive on the nation’s roadways. After the […]

And So It Begins—Vision Zero from the Top Down: NMA E-Newsletter #682

US Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg recently announced that his department wants to drastically reduce deadly traffic accidents through vehicle and street design changes. The USDOT also plans to use $14 billion in funding from the passage of the bipartisan infrastructure bill to encourage the states to make extensive use of speed cameras to enforce lowered […]

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