For The Public
Welcome to AAA’s DUI Prevention website. It’s designed to provide information on a wide range of issues related to impaired driving and how to prevent it. AAA’s goal is to educate the general public about the dangers of impaired driving and to offer potential solutions to reduce drug or alcohol-related traffic crashes on America’s roadways. … Read More »
Car Seat Guide
Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death and injury for all children. Child safety seats, or car seats, reduce the risk of injury by 71% to 82% and reduce the risk of death by 28% in comparison to children in seat belts alone. Booster seats reduce the risk of nonfatal injuries by 45% among 4 to 8 year olds
All vehicle occupants need to be properly restrained by seat belts or child safety seats to prevent injury in case of a sudden stop, swerve or crash. Seat belts and car seats contact the strongest parts of the body, spread crash forces over a wide area, help the body slow down and protect the brain and spinal cord.
Did you know 3 out of 4 car seats are installed incorrectly?
Wildlife Crossing: Tips to Avoid Animal-Vehicle Collisions
Animal-vehicle collisions are not only costly, but can be dangerous. From 2001 to 2011, animal collisions contributed to more than 2,080 fatal crashes nationwide. Whether a deer, dog, moose or squirrel, animals on the roadway are unexpected, and their actions can be erratic and unpredictable, creating a dangerous
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Traveling with Kids
Involve your children early on when planning a road trip, which will help keep their interest during the trip. Show them your route on a map and let them help decide places to stop including landmarks, hotels, and restaurants
During your trip, give your children a map so they can see where you are and how far you have until you reach your destination. This will help with the “are we there yet” question.
Keep children interested and involved in your road trip with a ready selection of cards, maps, family games, sing-along CDs and activity books — especially ones with references to your destination. This will help keep them occupied and create more interaction among family members.
As everyone knows, children can be a distraction in the car. If there is another…