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About Us - The National Motorists Association

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The National Motorists Association (NMA) represents and protects the interests of North American motorists. We work for more reasonable speed limits and fight for better driver training, fair enforcement practices and important privacy protections.

The NMA believes in freedom and responsibility to make choices, not in \'one size fits all\' legislation, ticket cameras, unfair driving taxes, revenue-motivated traffic courts and speed traps. We support traffic laws based on sound engineering principles and public consensus -- not political agendas.

Beyond influencing national policy, we support change from the ground up by providing resources to help individuals challenge unjust laws and tickets.

How We Started

The National Motorists Association was founded in 1982. We began by combating the 55-mph National Maximum Speed Limit and we continue to support efforts to retain motorists\' freedoms and rights.

How We\'re Funded

The NMA is a grassroots organization supported by membership dues and donations contributed by people just like you. We are motorists joining together to protect our common interests.

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