Tag: AAA Foundation
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.
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.
“No One at the Wheel” Explores Autonomous Vehicles
August 08, 2019. Andrew Sheldon
Samuel “Gridlock Sam” Schwartz’s book highlights the benefits of autonomous vehicles, but also warns of their dangers.
New York City Expands the Use of Speed Cameras
July 18, 2019. Andrew Sheldon
750 speed cameras will be installed in school zones throughout the city.
Senior Drivers Using Potentially Impairing Medications
May 03, 2019. Andrew Sheldon
AAA Foundation finds that nearly 1 in 5 older drivers uses medications that should be avoided.
Automated Driving Terminology Causes Driver Confusion
April 21, 2019. Andrew Sheldon
AAA study shows that four-in-10 Americans misjudge partially-automated driving systems’ abilities based on names such as Autopilot and Pilot Assist.
Follow These Medicine Reminder Tips and Never Miss a Dose Again
January 20, 2019. Nick Tavares
Do you take daily medication? Remember your daily dose and stay on top of your health with these helpful tips.
How to Survive a Road Trip With Kids
November 17, 2018. Roberto Cruz
Learn how to limit the real distractions that come with a weekend getaway or road trip with kids and make the experience fun for all.
AAA Northeast Explores AV Issues at the Local Level
November 15, 2018. Andrew Sheldon
Self-driving cars are no longer just the things of sci-fi movies. Although no one can predict the precise timeline, experts agree that we are not far from the day when autonomous vehicles are taking over our roadways. The interest in this emerging technology, and the immense impact it could have on transportation, compelled AAA Northeast…
Developing Lifelong Safe Drivers Starts With You – and AAA
August 15, 2018. John Galvin
As a parent of three grown children, I still remember when each of them got a driver’s license. I was happy for them and knew how excited they were about this new level of independence. I also felt the fear of letting them behind the wheel on their own.