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AAA: Nearly 3.6 Million Michigan Residents to Travel this Holiday Season
AAA Michigan projects nearly 3.6 million residents will head for vehicles, planes and rails this holiday season; four percent more than last year, and the most since AAA has been tracking holiday travel. Those heading out will be among the 112.million Americans traveling more than 50 miles from home, also up four percent.
AAA and First Responder Organizations Team Up for Move Over Michigan Media Event
AAA and First Responder organizations teamed up to highlight the importance of Michigan’s Emergency Vehicle Caution Law – commonly referred to as the Move Over law -- at an event Tuesday morning at the AAA-Auto Club Group Administrative Office Building in Dearborn.
Majority Of People Killed In Teen Crashes Are Passengers And Other Drivers -- Not Teen Drivers
The majority of people killed in teen driver crashes continue to be people other than teen drivers themselves, according to an updated analysis of 10 years of crash data by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety.
Nearly 50 AAA Michigan Executives Help Feed The Hungry
On Wednesday, July 23, nearly 50 members of AAA Michigan’s executive leadership team will assemble at Gleaners Community Food Bank of Southeastern Michigan to help package food and provide gardening and clean-up services.
Handling And Braking In Snow
Cold and snow can affect your car's handling and braking ability. Slow down, keep your distance and increase the chances you'll arrive at your destination safely.
How To 'Get Ready, Get Set, Go' On Ice And Snow
In an effort to help motorists get ready, get set and go during this year’s winter driving season, AAA has compiled the following useful tips:
Free Winter Car Care Checkup Could Help Save On Fuel Costs, Says AAA
According to the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), passenger cars are living longer. Over the past three decades, increased durability has pushed the average age of a car from 5.6 years to 9. The longer a vehicle stays in use, however, the more likely its critical components – such as belts, hoses and batteries – will fail under the stress of winter driving conditions.
Diesel Engines Make The Grade In Winter
With the resurgence of high fuel prices, Americans are turning in ever-larger numbers to diesel-powered vehicles as a fuel-efficient alternative. Once regarded as noisy, smelly and difficult to start in the winter, diesel engines have come a long way.
Avoid Ice And Water Damage To Your Home
As if slippery sidewalks and snow-covered cars aren’t bad enough during the winter, you face another potential headache: ruined carpets and water damage to your ceilings and walls from leaks caused by ice dams or bursting water pipes.
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