Number of Licensed Teen Drivers on the Rise
More than 60% of teens got their driver’s license before the age of 18, according to new research from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety.
AAA Warns Pedestrian Detection Systems Don't Work When Needed Most
New research from AAA reveals that automatic emergency braking systems with pedestrian detection perform inconsistently, and proved to be completely ineffective at night.
AAA, Children's Hospital of Michigan Foundation and Metro-Detroit Safe Kids Team Up to Host Seat Check Saturday
As part of National Child Passenger Safety Week (Sep 15-21), AAA is teaming up with Children’s Hospital of Michigan Foundation and partners to host Seat Check Saturday.
AAA Traffic Safety Grant Awarded to Mundy Township Fire Department
The $639.95 AAA Traffic Safety grant funded the purchase of traffic safety equipment.
AAA Traffic Safety Grant Awarded to Carleton Police Department
The $731.15 AAA Traffic Safety Grant funded the purchase of traffic incident management equipment.
Red Light Running Deaths Hit 10 Year High
More than two people are killed every day on U.S. roads by impatient and reckless drivers blowing through red lights, according to data analysis performed by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety.
AAA’s Annual Statewide “School’s Open - Drive Carefully” Campaign Kicks off the School Year
Over 1.5 million children across Michigan will head back to school, with 10 percent of those children typically walking or biking to their classes.
University-Bound Peck High Grad Earns AAA Student Safety Patrol Scholarship
Abbey Bullis will start her first year of college with a $2,500 scholarship earned in the 25th annual AAA Michigan School Safety Patrol Scholarship Program.
University-Bound Troy Athens Grad Earns AAA Student Safety Patrol Scholarship
Madeline (Maddie) Purvis will start her first year of college with a $2,500 scholarship earned as part of the 25th annual AAA Michigan School Safety Patrol Scholarship Program.
AAA Offers Safety Tips as Heatwave Hits Michigan
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.
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