25 March 2021

Heading the Wrong Way with "Wrong-Way" Driving

Fatal wrong-way driving crashes on our nation's highways are a persistent and devastating threat that is only getting worse.

15 March 2021

AAA Issues Statewide Spring Forward Safety Alert

Michigan residents ‘springing forward’ by moving their clocks ahead one hour need to remember to adjust their sleep schedule to prevent drowsiness on the road.

02 March 2021

100 Years Young & Generations Yet to Come: AAA’s School Safety Patrol Program Celebrates Centennial

For 100 years, Patrollers around the world have provided school-aged children an extra sense of safety and security when going to and from school. 

25 January 2021

AAA Issues Winter Weather Safe Driving Alert for Michigan

Michigan motorists are reminded that when it comes to driving in winter weather conditions, it’s important to revisit the safe winter driving playbook.

08 December 2020

AAA: Driving Safely While Viewing Holiday Lights

Enjoying holiday lights from your car is a great way to get into the holiday spirit while maintaining social distance but it’s important to stay safe on the road by avoiding risks behind the wheel.

03 December 2020

Survey Says: Men Are More Aggressive Behind the Wheel

AAA urges motorists to keep their cool as research shows differences between men and women regarding aggressive driving behavior.

11 November 2020

AAA Donates $74,000 in Traffic Safety Grants to Michigan First Responders

After reviewing 185 applications, AAA awarded a total of $74,000 to 10 first responders across the state. 

09 November 2020

AAA Reminds Motorists: Don't Veer for Deer

Over 43 percent of vehicle-deer crashes occur in Michigan during the months of October, November and December.

28 October 2020

AAA Trick or Treat Street Safety Alert

AAA is sending out its annual statewide Trick or Treat Street Safety Alert for children and adults, but with new precautions due to coronavirus. 

24 September 2020

Climax-Scotts High School Grad Earns AAA School Safety Patrol Scholarship

Climax-Scotts High School graduate Simon Swager will start his first year of college with a $2,500.