As part of its ongoing commitment to traffic safety advocacy and drunk/drugged driving prevention, AAA is making a print and online version of its The Great Pretenders Party Guide available at no cost to the public.
With forecasts predicting temperatures in the high 90s and heat indices in the 100s, AAA offers safety tips to help motorists keep their children, pets and vehicles safe during what is expected to be the hottest weather so far this summer season.
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.
Memorial Day signals the beginning of the summer travel season. It also signals a higher risk time for unsafe driving, motor vehicle crashes and fatalities. In a unified effort to help prevent traffic deaths and injuries, AAA Michigan, the Detroit Tigers, Michigan State Police and local law enforcement agencies have teamed up to promote a safer summer.
As warmer spring weather leads to increased outdoor activity, AAA and SEMCOG, the Southeast Michigan Council of Governments, are teaming up to encourage people throughout Southeast Michigan to walk, bike, and drive safely.
With more than 1.4 million members in Michigan, AAA has been a vocal advocate for improving traffic safety for over 100 years. AAA Michigan applauds the Michigan House Transportation Committee for passing three bills that will strengthen the current distracted driving law.
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