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Cars with high-tech emergency brakes still hit child-size dummies in 89% of street-crossing tests, a new study finds
Cars still hit a child-size dummy 89% of the time, AAA found in its research on four new vehicles equipped with the safety features.
See the average prices of regular, mid-grade, premium, and diesel gas in states with below-average gas prices.
A goal is to help young people understand the benefits and limits of autonomous technology. So Waymo and AAA have developed a school curriculum.
A record number of Americans are expected to hit the roads for the Fourth of July. Here are the places and times it could be the worst.
Low gas prices and a booming economy mean more Americans than ever are traveling for July Fourth, with most of them leaving Wednesday, AAA says.
In addition to roadside assistance, AAA members also get access to travel services, loans, and discounts on a wide array of products and services.
Memorial Day is one of the biggest travel weekends of the year. Here are a few tips to help you plan your drive and beat the rush.
An estimated 37 million Americans will be on the road during the holiday weekend and major cities will see big increases in traffic.
43 million Americans will hit the road this Memorial Day Weekend. Here are the most crowded times to avoid.
In some cities, traffic will be up to three times worse than normal as the United States kicks off the summer season.
AAA investigated degraded car headlights and found that they can greatly reduce the amount of light projected at night.
Kirk Cousins couldn’t get anyone in his family to answer the phone after landing an $84 million contract, so he called an AAA employee
After Kirk Cousins agreed to an $84 million contract with the Minnesota Vikings, he tried to tell his wife and family about the deal. When they didn't answer, he decided to call a friendly AAA employee who had asked him about his next contract days before.
Americans are dangerously overconfident in their driving skills —but they’re about to get a harsh reality check
Americans think they're great drivers — and that could be holding back self-driving cars.