The American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) reports that the Association’s Board of Directors adopted an official position on the issue of distracted driving and inattentive vehicle operation at the Board’s July 27 meeting.
"Distracted or inattentive driving has become a major concern to the motorcycling community," said AMA Vice President of Government Relations Ed Moreland. "Far too many cases have been documented of motorcyclists being injured or killed as the result of other vehicle operators being distracted or inattentive."
The American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) is pleased to announce that longtime motorcyclist and rider safety coach Maggie McNally has been appointed to the AMA Board of Directors. McNally, who resides in Albany, N.Y., will represent individual members from the country’s Northeast region on the AMA Board.
"Maggie’s fresh perspective and enthusiasm for riding will certainly be welcome," said AMA President and CEO Rob Dingman.