Johnny Gets His Driver’s License

Gulp. The statistics are scary when it comes to teen drivers, but the good news is that you can play an active and influential role in preparing your teen for years of safe driving.   Set the example. “Do as I say and as I do” is a good mantra when teaching your teen to […]

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Keeping Your Spark: 10 Ways to Show Your Love with the Help of AAA Discounts

When you think of your AAA membership, you probably think of roadside assistance, but did you know it can also give you a little romance assistance?   AAA’s partnerships with service providers in the hospitality, entertainment, dining, and travel industries provide numerous discounts for AAA members, including some that can help you out this Valentine’s […]

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Car Guy: When You See Smoke

Whether it’s pouring from your exhaust pipe or spewing from the hood, smoke coming from a car can be a scary thing for any car owner. It’s important to keep in mind that the severity of the problem depends on the color of the smoke and where it’s coming from. We’ll break down what it […]

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AAA Travel Agent Tales: Cheryl Walton

“The culture really is to always do what is right for the client and serve our members.” – Cheryl Walton   “When is the best time to go?”   This is question AAA Travel Sales Specialist Cheryl Walton most often hears from her clients. Walton tries to tailor each client’s experience to what they really […]

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Selecting a Car that Fits Your Needs

Are you in the market for a new car?   The whole process—from financing to choosing features—can seem daunting. But if you break it down into several manageable steps, you can be on the road in no time.   Get introspective. Before you start your search for a new car, ask yourself a series of […]

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Vehicle Maintenance 101: Planning for Annual Expenses

If you want to maximize the life of your vehicle and keep repairs to a minimum, you should always keep up with routine maintenance as long as you own the car, even if it seems to be running perfectly fine. It’s always a good rule of thumb to refer to the maintenance checklist in your […]

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Safety Seats for Infants, Toddlers and Children

As a parent, from day one you want nothing more than to keep your little one safe. You read all the books and blogs, attend classes, and ask other parents for advice. You research the products, check the recalls, and study consumer reports. However, buying the safest products is only half the battle.   A […]

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Getting Around: Tours with the Coolest Ways to Travel

Sometimes the best way to experience a city isn’t via car, foot or bus. Many cities now offer tours with unique transportation options, and here we’ve listed the coolest ways to travel:   Bike. Looking to get a little extra exercise on your tour of the city? Cities, including Munich and Washington D.C., offer group […]

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