Tag: traffic safety

Cars & Trucks

Tips for Choosing Your Kid’s First Car

April 15, 2021. Nicole Wakelin

How to find the safest, sturdiest and most practical car for your new driver.

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

How Vehicle Glass Affects Safety Features

April 01, 2021. Andrew Sheldon

Cameras and sensors located on or near your windshield help your vehicle’s safety features operate properly.

Cars & Trucks

The Crash Project Aims to Prevent Traffic Fatalities

March 25, 2021. Andrew Sheldon

After being involved in a fatal traffic crash, Shane Snowden tells her story in hopes it does not become yours.

AAA

AAA Offering In-Person Driver Training Class in Massachusetts

March 23, 2021. Andrew Sheldon

The April class will be the first in-person driver training in more than a year.

Health & Fitness

How COVID-19 Anxiety Can Affect Your Driving

February 16, 2021. Andrew Sheldon

The pandemic has dialed up the stress – and danger – of driving. Here’s how to prevent anxiety from becoming a driving hazard.

Cars & Trucks

DeLorean and Other Replicas Getting Back on the Road

January 28, 2021. Andrew Sheldon

A new federal ruling allows for the production and sale of a limited number of replica cars.

AAA

Recent Awards Shine Spotlight on AAA Northeast

January 21, 2021. Aimee Carrier

We’re proud to announce some of the awards and recognitions we received for our efforts during an extraordinarily challenging year.

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