AAA Finds Better Driver Behavior, Room for Improvement
A new AAA report finds unsafe driving behaviors, including red-light running, drowsy driving, and driving impaired on cannabis or alcohol, have declined in the past three years.
Is Raising the Speed Limit Worth the Risk?
Drivers want to save time, and local transportation agencies want to improve traffic flow, but at what cost? With posted speed limits increasing on roadways around the country, a vehicle's ability to protect drivers in crashes is in doubt.
Expect Encounters with Deer to Reduce Chance of Collision
Because deer-vehicle crashes increase during the autumn months, AAA is advising motorists to be safe on roadways where deer could be encountered.
Fatal Crashes Involving Drivers Who Test Positive for Marijuana Increase After State Legalizes Drug
A concerning number of Washington state drivers involved in fatal crashes are testing positive for recent use of marijuana.
In-Vehicle Infotainment Systems Especially Distracting to Older Drivers
New in-vehicle infotainment technology has the potential to increase comfort and extend mobility for older drivers, but first it has to stop distracting them.
AAA Urges Drivers to Take Action on Air Bag Recall
Despite a nationwide recall issued in 2015, some 15.4 million vehicles in the United States are still equipped with Takata air bags that pose a potentially deadly risk to drivers and passengers.
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