You’re Pregnant—Now what?

Congratulations! You’re expecting a new little bundle of joy in nine months. Here are some suggestions for a happy and healthy pregnancy.   See your doctor. This may seem like a given, but it’s important to schedule this appointment as soon as possible after you find out the news. You’ll be able to talk through […]

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Different Cars for Different Age Groups

With all of the great car options out there, it’s important to remember that some cars are better for specific age groups than others. Different drivers have different needs, from seating room for soccer moms to fuel-efficiency for senior citizens. If you’re shopping around for a car for someone in the family, you should answer […]

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Take Care of Your Car and Your Body

If you think about it, your car and your body have a lot in common. Both need some type of fuel for energy, and both need regular maintenance to stay healthy. For your car, maintenance means oil changes, new tires, and regular tune-ups. On the other hand, your body requires regular check-ups with the doctor, […]

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6 Simple Triathlon Training Tips

Thought our car care tips were great?  Well with the AAA Car Care North Carolina and South Carolina Triathlon Series having started, we figured we’d list a few easy training tips that are sure to get your body in gear for the challenge of a triathlon.   #1: Take baby steps. When training for a triathlon, […]

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Technician Spotlight: Randy Vera

The world is full of good technicians, but here at AAA Carolinas, we pride ourselves for having extraordinary technicians, like AAA veteran technician Randy Vera. So in this technician spotlight, we sat down and talked to Randy about his experiences as a AAA team member​.  ​ SR: So Randy, how long have you worked for […]

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Over the River and Through the Woods, to Grandmother’s House We Go

If your grandkids are coming for a visit, you might be fretting about how to entertain them, but fret no more. Here are a few imagination-boosting activities that will make them want to visit again and again.   Create a family tree. Help your child discover his or her roots, if you will. This craft […]

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Pedal to the Metal?: Teen Driver Safety Begins at Home

Having a teen who is preparing to drive can be scary, and with good reason. Research shows that car crashes kill more U.S. teens—as drivers and passengers—than any other cause of death.   However, research also shows that teens value their parents’ opinions (even when they don’t like them) above others. That means that while […]

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How to Properly Use Your Defroster

Whether it’s muggy and rainy or icy and cold outside, your windshield can fog up in a variety of conditions, not just in the dead of winter. Sometimes you throw on your defroster in these conditions, only to find your visibility gradually getting worse. Here we’ve broken down the best way to use your defroster […]

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