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AAA sends out news releases on new Foundation research projects and topics of importance to members of the traffic safety community and media. Visit the AAA Newsroom to access the latest Foundation news releases, infographics, video and photos.

For National Media Inquiries, Contact:

Andrew Gross

Andrew Gross

Manager, AAA Public Relations

202-942-2079

agross@national.aaa.com

For local media queries, please see the state-by-state listing of AAA/CAA contact information for the AAA Public Relations managers in your area and nearby clubs.

Recent Coverage

 

Automotive Fleet Study: Younger, Less Educated Drivers May Be Linked to Pandemic Fatalities

Forbes Deadly Crashes Spike on City Streets, Exceeding Those on Rural Roads

Forbes Many Drivers Report Taking Potentially Impairing Medications, Ignoring Doctors’ Advice

The Shawnee News-Star With new vehicle technology, practice doesn’t make perfect

Washington Post Unsafe drivers made up larger share of motorists during pandemic, study says

ABC News Risky drivers drove more during pandemic, AAA says

Forbes Self-Reported Dangerous Driving Habits Revealed in New Survey

Slate The Screen in Your Car is Beckoning: “Infotainment” systems are becoming flashy, feature-packed distractions–and carmakers are just getting started

Automotive Fleet Pandemic Fallout: Daily Traffic Down, Fatalities Up

Detroit Free Press New AAA study reveals how driving changed during COVID-19 pandemic

Geospatial World Waymo drops ‘self-driving’ from its name, opts for ‘autonomous driving’ instead

Forbes Double Trouble: Users Of Both Alcohol And Marijuana Take More Driving Risks, New Poll Finds

CollisionWeek AAA Research Reports Risky Driving Behaviors of Drivers Who Use Alcohol and Marijuana

Forbes ‘Wrong-Way’ Driving Crashes Spike, Alcohol Main Cause

The Providence Journal AAA: Wrong-way driver fatalities increase across the country

Consumer Reports Even Top Safety Scores Can’t Save Drivers in High-Speed Crashes, Study Shows

Automotive World IIHS: New crash tests show modest speed increases can have deadly consequences

USA Today Rate of traffic deaths rises during COVID as open roads tempt drivers to speed up