Of Interest

  • Pet Passenger Safety

    AAA understands that your pets are beloved members of the family and recommends that you restrain your pet in the back seat of the vehicle not only to avoid distraction, but to protect the animal and other passengers in a crash. More »

  • AAA’s Your Driving Costs

    How much are you really paying to drive? According to AAA’s 2014 Your Driving Costs,  the  average cost to own and operate a vehicle is 59.17 cents per mile, or $8,876 per year, based on 15,000 miles of annual driving. More »

  • Wet Weather Driving

    Spring and summer showers may mean flowers, but wet pavement contributes to nearly 1.2 million traffic crashes each year. AAA’s Get A Grip brochure offers wet-weather driving techniques to help keep you and your passengers safe. More »

    Driving in Wet Weather
  • May is National Bike Safety Month

    More than half a million collisions between motor vehicles and bicycles occur in the United States each year. Many of these incidents are the result of motorists’ failure to properly yield to bicyclists. Remember—we all have places to go—let’s get there safely and respect one another when sharing the road. More »

  • Involved in a Crash?

    Even the most prepared and competent drivers sometimes find themselves involved in an automobile crash. Staying calm and on task after an auto collision can save lives and get you back on the road quickly. AAA recommends all motorists involved in an auto crash follow these tips. More »

    Silver Vehicle involved in a Car Crash
  • Electric Vehicles

    Driving an electric vehicle can help you save money on fuel, reduce harmful emissions and improve the environment. Sound interesting? Let AAA help you determine whether an electric vehicle might be right for you. More »

    Electric Vehicles
  • Mental Distractions Behind the Wheel Are Real and Dangerous

    New research reveals that voice-activated in-car technologies dangerously undermine driver attention. More »

    Distracted Driving Study

More From AAA Exchange

Teen Driver Safety

AAA empowers parents to get involved as their teens learn to drive with its Keys2Drive website. Keys2Drive provides extensive, state-specific information – from preparing to drive (pre-permit) through the learner’s permit and solo driving. Read More »

AAA Senior Driving
Senior Driver Safety

AAA is dedicated to keeping seniors driving for as long as safely possible. AAA is also committed to promoting viable transportation options for seniors who can no longer drive independently. Read More »

AAA Bicycle Safety
Bicycle Safety

Whether you’re a recreational bicyclist, getting ready to commute by bike, or a kid just learning, AAA can help! Read buying and maintenance tips, rules of the road, and safety advice, aimed to help bicycles and vehicles safely co-exist on our roadways. Read More »

State Laws
AAA's Digest of Motor Laws

An online resource of laws and rules related to driving and owning a motor vehicle in the United States and Canada. Read More »


AAA on YouTube View a variety of videos covering many safety topics such as senior driver safety, teen driver safety and child passenger safety.