843 Lets Drive driving school

This month, we are highlighting AAA Approved 843 Lets Drive driving school, whose vision is “to educate Low Country youth and residents to properly operate a vehicle in an effort to keep them and other drivers as safe as possible.”   843 Lets Drive serves the Berkeley, Charleston and Dorchester County, SC area and is operated […]

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School Bus Safety Week

Next week, October 21-27, is National School Bus Safety Week. In preparation, the North Carolina State Highway Patrol began a campaign called “Operation Stop Arm” on October 15. During the campaign, troopers will monitor bus routes at the beginning and end of the school day to cite violators for passing a stopped school bus.   […]

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Halloween Safety Tips

Trick-or-Treaters and adult costumed partygoers will soon be flooding the streets and neighborhoods for Halloween celebrations throughout the Carolinas. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Halloween is consistently among the top days of the year for pedestrian injuries and fatalities. NHTSA data reveals that one-third of Halloween crash fatalities involve a pedestrian and […]

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AAA Carolinas Attends MADD Walk

Mother’s Against Drunk Driving hosted its tenth annual Walk Like MADD event in Greenville, South Carolina over the weekend and AAA Carolinas was a proud sponsor. Participants, including families affected by drunk-driving, gathered on Sunday, October 7, to walk and raise $18,000 toward impaired driving awareness and prevention. AAA Carolinas had a booth stationed during […]

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AAA Car Car Works with Girl Scouts for “Car Care” Badge

AAA Car Care Works with Girl Scouts for “Car Care” Badge AAA Car Care opened its doors and service bays to host Girl Scout troop 599 on Saturday, October 6, to give high school girls in the community the chance to get hands-on experience from a trained car care professional and learn tips for taking care […]

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Remaining Safe When Returning Home After a Storm

Even though the storm has passed, it’s important to be aware of the dangers in your area. Here are some tips to help keep you and your family safe when returning home to assess damage after a severe storm.   Don’t return to your local area until officials say it is safe to do so. Keep […]

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Tips for Sheltering in Place During Severe Weather

Many residents in or near the path of a major storm will shelter in place. Whether you’re choosing to stay or remaining is your only option, here are a few tips to make sure you and your home are prepared.   Before the storm arrives: Stock your home with an emergency supply kit including food, […]

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Tips for Driving in Rain and Preparing Your Vehicle for Severe Weather

Wind and rain are very dangerous on the road, and even the best drivers need to be prepared for severe weather. Avoid driving if possible, but that’s not always going to be an option. Before the storm hits, be sure your vehicle is ready and you’re comfortable driving in the rain. Here are some tips […]

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