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16 July 2019

Vehicle Escape Tools are a Lifesaver – in the Right Situation

New research from AAA reveals that most vehicle escape tools, intended to quickly aid passengers trapped in a car following an accident, will break tempered side windows, but none were able to penetrate laminated glass. AAA urges drivers to know what type of side window glass is installed on their vehicle, keep a secure and easily accessible escape tool in their car and have a backup plan in case an escape tool cannot be used or doesn’t work.

02 July 2019

AAA's 'Tow to Go' Program Available During Independence Day Holiday

The Independence Day holiday is time for family celebrations, outdoor concerts, late evening firework shows and more.  Tragically, this national celebration also ranks as one of the deadliest holiday periods of the year due to drunk-driving crashes, reports AAA. For those who fail to plan ahead, Tow to Go is available in North Dakota.  The free service is confidential and available to AAA members and non-members. 

26 June 2019

Independence Day Travel to Reach New High

More Americans than ever are making plans to honor the red, white and blue with an Independence Day getaway this year.

24 June 2019

Gas Prices Drop While Demand Reaches New Heights

U.S. gasoline demand hit the highest level ever recorded during the week of June 14, yet pump prices continue to move lower across the country.

19 June 2019

Study: Americans Don’t Think They’ll Get Arrested for Driving High

Nearly 70 percent of Americans think it’s unlikely a driver will get caught by police for driving while high on marijuana, according to a new AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety survey. An alarming finding shows that an estimated 14.8 million drivers report getting behind the wheel within one hour after using marijuana in the past 30 days.

06 June 2019

AAA Forecasts Summer Gas Price Average to Drop

When it comes to filling-up at the pump, Americans are changing their perception of what they consider “too expensive.” AAA’s 2019 Gas Price survey found that 50 percent of consumers think paying $3 per gallon is too high – an increase of 30-cents from last year when half of consumers reported $2.70 as too expensive. That 2019 price point is also 50 cents more than in 2016, when half of consumers thought $2.50 was too much to pay at the pump. The good news is that the highest prices of the year may be in the rearview mirror.


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