A lot of customers seem to be misinformed about automatic braking. Continue Reading...
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New data from AAA suggests that cars today are experiencing more breakdowns than in the past. Continue Reading...
AAA has released a study showing that most roadside breakdowns can be prevented with proper maintenance. Continue Reading...
That MPG figure on your vehicle sticker might not be as accurate as you think. Continue Reading...
According the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, teen driving deaths have decreased 56 percent over the last two decades. Continue Reading...
The cost of owning a car will be lower in 2015 than it was a year ago. Continue Reading...
Seven out of 10 people 65 and older agree that the rules need to be stricter for older drivers renewing their licenses. Continue Reading...
Like an addendum to Murphy’s Law, the unforeseen tends to happen when you least expect it; misfortune is like a lot like a combination ninja/cat burglar/stealth bomber. Glance away for a split second and BAM, something bad happens. Continue Reading...
Cars are expensive any way you take them: Broken ones need to be fixed and fixed ones don’t come cheap. But the costs to own a car actually dropped in 2013 according to the results of a new study. Continue Reading...
You might be surprised to learn what it actually costs on average to own a car. Continue Reading...
After a 13-year legal battle over access to manufacturer repair tools, 23 automakers and thousands of independent repair shops have signed a memorandum agreeing to a “Right to Repair.” Continue Reading...
Are you strapping the kids in properly? Is their car seat correctly secured? Continue Reading...
With summer now on the way, there’s a good chance you and your family are planning a road trip. This year, AAA estimates it’ll aid over eight-million motorists between Memorial Day and Labor Day; so avoid being a statistic by planning ahead. Continue Reading...
AAA is urging Illinois legislators not to raise the speed limit from 65 to 70 mph on state roadways. Continue Reading...
Roughly two thirds of motorists polled in a newly-released survey by AAA support increased federal spending on infrastructure. Continue Reading...
How much is “too much” to pay for a gallon of gas? A new survey by AAA hopes to give an updated answer. Continue Reading...
Driving is expensive, and it’s getting worse according to a new study released today by AAA suggesting annual cost of ownership increased two percent this year. Continue Reading...
AAA has named the 2013 Audi A4 as the Top Vehicle for Commuters in the sedan category. Continue Reading...
The need for an international driver’s permit made headlines recently when 18 automotive journalists and six $100,000 Mercedes E63 AMGs were detained by Spanish officials for failing to have the required documents. Continue Reading...
It isn’t clear what effect E15 will have on cars and in AAA president Robert Darbelnet’s mind, that’s enough to justify halting sales. Continue Reading...
According to the American Automobile Association (AAA), New Year’s Day is the year’s deadliest day for alcohol-related fatalities. Continue Reading...
With the holiday season kicking off, hitting the road and taking long trips could leave you stranded. AAA estimates that 1.2 million motorists will get stranded between December 19 through January 2, so it’s released a check list to help make sure you’re not one of those 1.2 million. Continue Reading...
Gas prices are always a hot issue in the summer but with more fuel efficient cars available than ever before consumers are turning keen attention to what they pay at the pump — even though gas is cheaper than it was a year ago. Continue Reading...
A comprehensive new study by AAA has revealed insight into exactly what teenagers are being distracted by behind the wheel, with teenage girls 50 percent more likely than their male counterparts to be on the phone, texting or using another electronic device. The new study, Distracted Driving Among Newly Licensed Teen Drivers, is the first… Continue Reading...