Current Events Blog: In the Wake of the Quake—How to Best Help Nepal

Following the recent 7.8-magnitude earthquake just outside of Kathmandu, Nepal that affected more than 8 million Nepalis, humanitarian agencies in the U.S. and around the world continue to conduct aid operations and assess needs. Those needs are great, to say the least, as the quake caused buildings to collapse and sparked an avalanche in the […]

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Allowances: Teaching Your Children the Value of a Dollar

Many parents will at some point wish to introduce an allowance system for their children. Such a system can teach children the value of a dollar, as well as many other valuable life skills.   But when should I introduce the system? How much money is appropriate? Will your child make good choices with it? […]

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Tips & Tools for Keeping Your Family’s Schedule Organized

Life is busy, and the more lives you have to manage, the busier your own life gets. Inevitably, appointments get missed, communication gets lost, and maybe—just maybe—a child gets left at piano lessons. Twice.   But the joy of a growing family doesn’t need to be clouded by the stress of keeping up with the […]

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Drinking and Driving Truths

It’s no secret that drunk driving is extremely dangerous. All too often we hear of another tragic case involving an impaired driver. In fact, alcohol-impaired drivers make up about one-third of all motor vehicle deaths and an average of one alcohol-impaired driving death occurs every 45 minutes.   When you drink alcohol, it enters your […]

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AAA Tour Guides, Part 3: Road Safety

Gary Burgess recently completed an extensive motorcycle trip halfway around the world. He faced various road and weather conditions while traveling over 13,355 miles on his Honda Gold Wing motorcycle.   With miles of travel alone, often without civilization within reach, Burgess had to rely on the safety and security of his gear, his bike and […]

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Travel Safety For Your Identity

Travel safety requires much more than a luggage lock these days, as identity theft is increasingly common. While most people take proper precautions to protect their identities while at home, many neglect to employ certain key safeguards while traveling.   Here are some tips for protecting your identity while traveling:   What’s in your wallet? […]

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#capturingCarolinas: Charleston, Part 2

We mentioned last month that Condé Nast Traveler readers voted Charleston the best U.S. city four years running and listed just a few of the many ways to enjoy the charming city. But our love for the city doesn’t end there—AAA’s many partnership provide ample, diverse opportunities to save money while exploring all that Charleston […]

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Location, Location, Location: Choosing Your First Place

Whether you’re looking to rent or to buy, choosing your first place to live can be a bit daunting, with so many options to consider—both in terms of location and the amenities and options different places offer. Your decision is largely a personal one, because the amenities and features that might be important to you […]

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