Tread Lightly: Worn Tires Put Drivers at Risk

New research from AAA reveals that driving on relatively worn tires at highway speeds in wet conditions can increase average stopping distances by a staggering 43 percent, or an additional 87 feet — more than the length of a semi-trailer truck — when compared to new tires. With nearly 800,000 crashes occurring on wet roads […]

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Keyless Vehicles Make Starting the Car Easier, but Remembering to Turn It Off is Another Issue

As more and more vehicles have become keyless, there has been an increase in fatalities from carbon monoxide poisoning after unknowingly leaving cars running in garages. A recent New York Times article has shed light on this phenomenon. According to the NYT, more than 24 people have died at the hands of carbon monoxide as […]

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Collecting America’s Story with Lucy the Van – Blog #8

Welcome back to Where's Lucy the Van? Guess correctly where Lucy has visited, Collecting America's Story, and you will earn a Coaster Card of the featured C2C Site, and a chance to win special giveaways from selected C2C Sites. Hints for this featured C2C Site: In June, Lucy honks her horn and beckons us – and YOU […]

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Collecting America’s Story with Lucy the Van – Blog #7

Welcome back to Where's Lucy the Van? Guess correctly where Lucy has visited, Collecting America's Story, and you will earn a Coaster Card of the featured C2C Site, and a chance to win special giveaways from selected C2C Sites. Hints for this featured C2C Site: In June, Lucy honks her horn and beckon us – and […]

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Collecting America’s Story with Lucy the Van – Blog #6

Welcome back to Where's Lucy the Van? Guess correctly and you will earn a Coaster Card of this C2C Site, and a chance to win special giveaways from selected C2C Sites. Hint's for this featured C2C site: Listening to Lynne reading from her AAA tour book, Lucy the Van heard about the place where the assassin […]

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Serengeti Plains

Africa’s Great Migration

The Great Migration is the largest mass movement of land mammals on Earth, when more than a million wildebeest—along with hundreds of thousands of zebra and gazelle circle through the Serengeti plains in Tanzania and Masai Mara Reserve in Kenya. The path of the migration is dictated by the rains and food sources (mainly grasses); […]

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Top 10 Parent Tips for Traveling with Kids to Busch Gardens

How do you ensure your kids have FUN during your visit to Busch Gardens® Williamsburg? We asked our Parent Panel to share some insights for making it the BEST DAY EVER. This panel consists of real-life, honest-to-goodness parents just like you, including our own Team Member parents and bloggers. Read these tips before you pack […]

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Maine Lobster Festival

Every year in Rockland, on the coast of Maine, thousands of visitors gather for fresh local lobster, entertainment, cooking contests, carnival rides, and more at the Maine Lobster Festival. What began as a local festival to revive Midcoast Maine communities, is now an internationally recognized celebration of local seafood. The annual event is scheduled for August 1st-5th, […]

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