Latest AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety Stories
AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety Survey Reveals High Tolerance for Drug-Impaired Drivers WASHINGTON, Dec.
Busy year-end holidays will be marked by more travelers than ever on record ORLANDO, Fla., Dec.
Latest AAA Foundation Report on Aging Americans Finds Surprising Results WASHINGTON, Dec.
AAA Foundation research finds driver fatigue to be serious, underreported impairment WASHINGTON, Nov.
AAA's Evaluations Found an Average 46 Percent Improvement in Blind-Zone Visibility ORLANDO, Fla., Oct.
AAA's Evaluations Found an Average 46 Percent Improvement in Blind-Zone Visibility AURORA, Ill., Oct.
The founding attorneys at Ronaldson & Kuchler weigh in on the results of an AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety study determining that hands-free and voice-activated systems increase mental
Parents limit passengers and nighttime driving, favor limitations for all new drivers under 21 ITASCA, Ill., Oct.
AAA Foundation Research Suggests States Could Reduce Crashes by Extending GDL Requirements WASHINGTON, Oct.
While most people tend to believe the use of hands-free devices while operating a motor vehicle is a safe practice and does not cause drivers to become distracted, new research from the University of Utah and the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety suggests otherwise.
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