Electric and Hybrids: Tax Credits You Can’t Miss Out On

Do you own a hybrid plug-in or electric vehicle? If so, you may be eligible for a tax credit.   That’s right. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, some hybrid plug-in vehicles and electric cars can qualify for up to $7,500 in tax credit known as the Qualified Plug-In Electric Drive Motor Vehicle Credit […]

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#AAAtravelselfies: See Yourself in Versailles

While the Chateau of Versailles is a must see, there are also plenty of other sites and places to visit in this French city. Here are our recommendations:   See yourself at restaurants #food   La Véranda: Located in the Trianon Palace Hotel, head to this Michelin-starred restaurant for a fancy meal with views of […]

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Wedding Correspondence: The Etiquette to Get You Through

Wedding etiquette is constantly evolving, so much that even Emily Post herself wouldn’t be able to answer every question. As modern brides and grooms prepare to say “I do,” here are some quick dos and don’ts to help them navigate the tricky world of wedding correspondence.   Announcements Do send post-wedding announcements to people who […]

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“Braking” Down Brake Noises

Squeaking, squealing, grinding—brakes can make all sorts of noises, which usually means it’s time for brake work. We’ll give you a breakdown on some of the most common brake noises and what to do about them if the issue arises.   High-pitched squealing. If you hear a high-pitched squealing sound coming from your tires as […]

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How to Choose a Real Estate Agent

Whether you’re a homebuyer or home seller, it’s a big transaction with a lot of moving parts. Even with ample online resources and information for individuals, employing a real estate agent to manage the sale may prove to be worthwhile.   Good agents have in-depth knowledge of the geographic area and real estate within the […]

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Great American Travel: The Midwest

Never been to the Midwest and curious to see what it’s all about? We’ve come up with a few Midwestern cities that are worth the trip.   Chicago Chicago is our top choice. For art lovers, they have the Art Institute, the second largest art museum in the nation, and Millennium Park, which is full […]

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Travel Agent Tales: Michelle Younis

When AAA Travel Agent Michelle Younis travelled to the Caribbean at the age of 18, she realized the benefits of exploring destinations outside of the U.S. “I loved seeing how different other places were compared to the U.S.,” she said. At the time she was celebrating high school graduation with friends, but this passion has […]

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Avoiding the Dealerships, Part 2: Preventative Maintenance

In the first part of our “Avoiding the Dealership” series, we talked about the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act, and how it protects car owners and dealerships alike. In a nutshell, it is against the law for a dealership to void your warranty if you take your vehicle to an outside service center, as long as that […]

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