AAA Approved Drive! Driving School

This month, we are highlighting AAA Approved Drive! Driving School. Owned and operated by Johanna Newman, Moorseville North Carolina’s own Drive! Driving School centers on safe driving habits, awareness of other motorists on the road and creating a confidence needed to navigate any situation.   Newman herself is one of the driving instructors. Holding a […]

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School Safety Patrol

You know the drill. School pick-up and drop-off can be chaotic. Kids are moving in all directions; parents are in a hurry. And amidst the craziness, school buses try to make their way in and out of the school grounds. How can we ensure that our children are kept safe in this type of heavy […]

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The Dangers of the “In My Feelings” Challenge

AAA Carolinas is urging motorists to avoid partaking in the #InMyFeelingsChallenge while operating a motor vehicle.   The challenge, which involves dancing alongside a moving vehicle while Drake’s song “In My Feelings” plays was started in June by social media comedian Shiggy. Since then, there have been multiple injury reports from participants falling out of […]

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The Dangers of Putting Your Feet on the Dash

Riding in vehicles can get uncomfortable, especially on long road trips, but failing to sit properly (such as putting your feet up on the dash) can result in grave consequences in the event of a crash.   Airbags are designed to protect the chest and upper body from impact at the time of a crash. […]

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AAA Urges Seniors to Begin Planning for “Driving Retirement”

Nearly 83 percent of older drivers report never speaking to a family member or physician about their safe driving ability, according to new research from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety. Of the small percentage of families who do have the often difficult conversation, 15 percent do so after a crash or traffic infraction has […]

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AAA Dip Courses

  The AAA Driver Improvement Program was first developed in 1977 when it became evident that there was a need for informational and behavioral programming for roadway drivers. Over the years, AAA has worked with many organizations to improve and expand the program to meet the safe driving needs of drivers including:   Traffic Offenders: […]

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Pedestrian Deaths Climb

While there’s been a decrease in some traffic death categories over the last couple of years,  pedestrian deaths have jumped 27 percent from 2007 to 2016. Studies conducted have found that the largest increase in incidents are occurring in urban areas, in the dark and at non-intersections.   This appears to be due to a […]

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Traffic Safety Legislation Wins

The North Carolina legislature has been busy with traffic safety related delegation this session. Two notable new bills have passed, benefitting North Carolinian motorists: a roads bill and a disabled veteran motorist bill. In South Carolina, the vision screening bill for motorists to adhere to has passed.   North Carolina Build NC Bond Act   […]

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