From helping educate parents on infant and child passenger seat safety and preparing teens for the responsibilities of driving to supporting older adults and their families tackle the challenges of balancing safety and mobility, AAA is there to ensure that safe driving is a lifelong journey.
This interactive site helps parents and teens manage the complex and critical coming-of-age driving process by providing them with specific information based on where they live and where they are in the learning process—from preparing teens to drive (pre-permit) through the learner’s permit and solo driving.
AAA is dedicated to keeping seniors driving for as long as safely possible. We are also committed to promoting viable transportation options for seniors who can no longer drive independently. Visit National AAA Senior Driving to discover even more resources that help seniors drive safer and longer.
AAA is your go-to resource on child passenger safety, where you can find helpful tips on proper car seat selection and installation, both of which are important in keeping kids safe while traveling in vehicles. It also features expert advice, recall information, how-to videos, state law information, fun activities for kids, and more!
Used widely by schools and communities across the nation, AAA's annual School's Open—Drive Carefully! program uses colorful graphics and a wide variety of products and publications to alert drivers and pedestrians to be cautious near school zones.
Since AAA began School's Open—Drive Carefully! in 1946, the program has successfully contributed to lowering school-related pedestrian fatalities.
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The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety was founded in 1947 by AAA to conduct research to address growing highway safety issues. The organization’s mission is to identify traffic safety problems, foster research that seeks solutions, and disseminate information and educational materials.
About 3,000 people die and 400,000 are injured in the U.S. each year in crashes involving “driver inattention,” or distracted driving, according to NHTSA. AAA is working to reduce distracted driving through efforts such as:
Thousands of deaths and injuries occur each year in DUI-related crashes in the US. As drunken driving is one of our member’s major traffic safety concerns, we have invested extensively in efforts such as: