Tag: AAA Foundation

Cars & Trucks

Don’t Drive Intexticated

April 06, 2021. Andrew Sheldon

Distracted driving crashes kill nine people per day, yet a significant number of drivers admit to using a smartphone while behind the wheel.

Cars & Trucks

AAA Responds as Marijuana Legalization Expands

April 02, 2021. Andrew Sheldon

As more states move toward legalization, AAA is educating the public about the dangers of drugged driving.

Cars & Trucks

Driving While Filming: Social Media’s Dangerous Trend

April 02, 2021. Sarah Hopkins

Driving while filming is dangerous, so why are people on social media doing it?

AAA

Survey Says: Men Are More Aggressive Behind the Wheel

December 04, 2020. AAA Staff

AAA urges motorists to keep their cool as research shows differences between men and women regarding aggressive driving behavior

Health & Fitness

The Well-Rested Road Trip

February 17, 2020. Christina Elston

Drowsy driving is just as dangerous as driving while drunk.

Technology

Everything You Need to Know About Car Infotainment Systems

October 14, 2019. Andrew Sheldon

Infotainment systems simplify a driver’s experience by bringing all the car’s functions front and center. But they can still can still cause dangerous distractions.

Cars & Trucks

The Worst Roads in America Are in the Northeast

September 25, 2019. Andrew Sheldon

The U.S. has a $146 billion backlog in needed roadway safety improvements, according to a report from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety. It appears that a large portion of those improvements are needed in the Northeast.

AAA & Life

School’s Open for New Drivers

August 29, 2019. AAA Staff

AAA helps keep new and vulnerable drivers safe as the school year begins again.

AAA

AAA Is Shifting Gears

August 29, 2019. John Galvin

As marijuana legalization continues, new measures need to be taken to keep the roads safe and drivers informed.

AAA

Deaths Caused by Running Red Lights Reaches a 10-Year High

August 29, 2019. Andrew Sheldon

939 people died from red-light accidents in 2017, nearly half were passengers or people in other vehicles.