Self-Driving Cars: Are We Ready?
A recent AAA Carolinas survey revealed that 71 percent of Carolinians are not yet comfortable with self-driving cars, with only 29 percent saying they were ready for a ride in a fully autonomous vehicle. Across the country, however, drivers are beginning to embrace self-driving vehicles. The annual survey reveals that 63 percent of U.S. drivers […]Read more
Teen Driving: Your Kids Are Ready, Are You?
Your teen learned about driving before you even began thinking about learner’s permits, driving classes and teenage driving tips. Children are back seat learners, watching their parents’ driving behavior and noting how they interact with other drivers, obey traffic laws and avoid distractions. When the time comes to pick a driving school, look beyond your […]Read more
Red-Light Cameras Save Lives
Red-light running is a deadly epidemic. A recent AAA Foundation study revealed that more than 1 in 3 drivers admit to having driven through a light that just turned red in the past 30 days when they could have stopped safely. The study also showed that 63 percent of Americans witness a red light running […]Read more
Leaving Children and Pets in a Hot Cars can be Deadly
Summer months can be dangerous for children and pets left alone in a vehicle, even for short periods of time. AAA advises that parents, caregivers and pet owners never leave a child or pet alone in a vehicle. Vehicles parked in the shade or with open, cracked or tinted windows are not exempt from the […]Read more