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Old 2010-07-28
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NMA Article: The NMA Website Gets A New Look



Here at the National Motorists Association, we’re always trying to increase our effectiveness when it comes to communicating our issues with drivers around the country. To help with that, we’ve done a full redesign of our main website, this blog, our forums, our email alerts section, and our traffic attorney referrals site.


The new site is substantially cleaner and the information is organized in a way that will help you find what you’re looking for faster.


Our improved site search will let you search across our entire network of sites (including speedtrap.org) so that you’re more likely to get the results you want.


We’ve also overhauled our members-only section and updated our information on how to fight a speeding ticket.


As part of the ticket-fighting information update, we compiled all our advice into an easy-to-read ebook with three detailed volumes. This allowed us to make some additional ticket-fighting information available to the public while still giving our members large amounts of exclusive, valuable information.


We’ve also created a brand new section of the site with motorist news from around the country. It’s updated each weekday with short news summaries.


We think you’ll really enjoy the new design of the site and we look forward to any comments or questions you might have.


Feel free to browse the site a little bit more than you have in the past so that you can get a good feel for how it all works.


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The NMA Website Gets A New Look


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