Category: Coastal

Relax at South Carolina’s Hammock Coast

Situated at Winyah Bay where five rivers converge and flow in the Atlantic Ocean, Georgetown is South Carolina’s third-oldest city, beckoning visitors with its historic Southern charm. It’s one of several eclectic beach communities along the Hammock Coast, a pristine peninsula just south of Myrtle Beach in Georgetown County with black-water rivers, saltwater creeks, expansive […]

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Category: Carolinas

At High Hampton Inn Hard Working Llamas

When I told my friends we were going to play golf and llamas – those docile, furry four-legged pack animals from South America – would caddy for us, the skepticism was real and the comments slightly unkind. So when we showed up at the historic High Hampton Inn in Cashiers, NC, to play golf on […]

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Category: Stay Connected

Have You Seen Our New Fleet?

In May, AAA Carolinas unveiled its fleet of five charity tow trucks, benefitting the American Cancer Society, Make-A-Wish, Special Olympics of NC, Rohr Rockstars and the Harvest Center. Designed with a color and logo specific to each charity, the trucks are all working tow trucks that have been launched in the past year. Beyond providing […]

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Category: US

Remember The Alamo

When people visit San Antonio, they remember the Alamo. They flock in long lines to the two original remaining scarred stone structures, now hallowed and historic grounds, that sit amidst a well-tended park anchored by an enormous more than 100-year-old oak tree. An average of 8,000 visitors a day come here – more than George […]

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Category: Traffic Safety

AAA Driver’s Education

AAA Driver’s Education If you have received a traffic ticket in NC, SC or VA, AAA may be able to help. Contact your county of citation to find out if you are eligible for a reduced or dismissed ticket by taking a AAA Traffic Safety Class offered in Charlotte, Hillsborough and Durham or online. Enroll […]

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Category: Travel Tips

The New TripTik Travel Planner

Summer is one of the busiest seasons for our members requesting AAA TripTiks, Maps and TourBooks. Since its launch 75 years ago, the traditional TripTik has become one of the iconic symbols of the AAA brand. Originally, members were given independent strip maps in any order; however, in 1938 AAA began binding these strips together […]

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Why Use AAA for Your Travel Planning?

Lately, numerous news outlets like Forbes and CNN have talked about the re-emergence of the travel agent and why they’re valuable to use for your vacation planning. Aside from saving you valuable time, frustration and sometimes money, AAA travel specialists are experts and are ready to share that knowledge with you. Will internet booking sites […]

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The Personal Umbrella Policy: Protection for a Very Rainy Day

Umbrella policies used to be only for the rich and famous, but that’s not the case anymore. In fact, personal umbrellas are a standard purchase for most middle-class insurance buyers who have a realistic understanding of their risks in a litigious economy. Umbrella policies are a smart way to get a lot of coverage at […]

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