Road Trip Snacks, Part 2: Kids

Keep your little ones content on the road with these tasty and healthy snacks. The simplest snacks can likely be made with food you already have around the house, such as celery in a peanut butter jar, carrots with ranch veggie dip, and string cheese. To take snacking to the next level, try these recipes: […]

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Great American Travel: West Coast

Trying to plan a trip out West? Well there are plenty of great and diverse sites to choose from. Here are a few that we recommend—maybe you can even cover all of them with a road trip!   Yosemite National Park In Yosemite National Park you’ll discover great views of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, thriving […]

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Best-selling American Vehicles of 2015

With the midway point of 2015 already upon us, it’s time to take a look back at some of the best-selling vehicles so far this year. Below we’ve compiled a list from GoodCarBadCar.net and the Automotive News Data Center of the best-selling American vehicles in 2015.   Ford Mustang. With decreased gas prices beginning as […]

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Share the Road: School’s Out, Bikes Out

As schools close for summer, excited kids are taking to the streets in increasing numbers, many riding bikes to their friends’ houses and favorite summer hangouts.   Whereas it is reasonable to expect experienced cyclists to adhere to the rules and expectations that apply to them while on the road, children and recreational bicyclists may […]

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Technician Spotlight: Victor Digiuseppi

The exceptional service you receive here at AAA Car Care is all thanks to our world-class technicians, like Victor Digiuseppi. For five years and counting, Victor’s tremendous work ethic and dedication to quality car care has helped us maintain our reputation as a car care center you can trust.   Like all of our techs, […]

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Tips for Identity Theft Protection

From banking to socializing to shopping and more, people continue to manage more of their lives online and through devices. And while convenient, the more personal information shared and accessed this way, the greater the risk of it falling into the wrong hands.  It’s no secret that identity theft is increasingly common and can have […]

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DIY and Travel: Why They Don’t Mix

While it might feel like you can plan your dream trip on your own, there are many benefits to using a travel agent that some people might not realize until they take the plunge. AAA Travel Agent Michelle Younis provided us with an insider’s perspective.   Time Saver Travel agents already know the information that […]

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Tipping Vendors and Other Wedding Secrets

The world of gratuities can be confusing, whether you’re talking about what to give your hair stylist, your cab driver or the parking valet. Add a wedding to the mix and you have a whole new level of confusion and stress. As it’s customary to tip some of the people involved in your wedding, we […]

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