This comes to us from National Motorists Association
Drivers’ rights activists in California are coming together to take action on these important motorist-related bills:
Assembly Bill 210 would open High Occupancy Vehicle lanes to general traffic during off-peak hours on select Los Angeles County highways. The NMA supports this measure and encourages you to contact your Assembly members and ask them to vote for AB 210.
Senate Bill 34 would increase privacy protections for data collected by automated license plate readers (ALPRs), including the imposition of security procedures and privacy policies, activity logs, and penalties for misuse of the data. ALPRs represent a growing threat to privacy, and such safeguards will help protect motorists’ rights. The NMA supports this measure and encourages you to contact your Senators as well as members of the Senate Transportation and Housing Committee and ask them to vote for SB 34.
Assembly Bill 162 would task the California Department of Transportation to conduct a study analyzing wrong-way driving on state highways and present recommendations to combat it. The NMA supports this measure and encourages you to contact your Assembly members as well as members of the Assembly Transportation Committee and ask them to vote for AB 162.
John Bowman, National Motorists Association