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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:

Jeanette Casselano

Director, AAA External Communications

202-942-2072

JCasselano@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

Forbes Dangerous Driving Habits At Risk For Returning, Safety Group Warns

Automotive Fleet Drivers Involved in Crashes Engage in Risky Road Behaviors, AAA Finds

Forbes For Teens, Post Covid-19 Roads Pose ‘A Perfect Storm’ Of Risk

EHS Today Deadliest Season for Teen Drivers Begins

Washington Post Proportion of drivers in fatal crashes who tested positive for THC doubled in Washington after marijuana’s legalization, study finds

USA Today Health experts fear more stoned drivers are taking the wheel following pot legalization

USA Today These car safety systems lead to distracted driving, according to AAA study

CBS News People who regularly use driver-assistance tech are more likely to be distracted, research shows

Forbes Driving In Your Golden Years Doesn’t Have to Be A Struggle

The News Wheel Older Drivers Need to Talk About Driving Anxieties Sooner Than Later

U.S. News & World Report More Teens Learning to Drive in Safer Conditions

ABC News More than 2,000 killed by distracted teen drivers in 5-year span: AAA

Forbes When Teens Drive, We’re All At Risk, Especially During Summer; ‘100 Deadliest Days’ Begins

The Hill AAA report finds millions of Americans driving high

CBS News Driving while high: Offenders don’t think they’ll be arrested

CBS News Study shows older drivers more distracted by in-car technology

NY Times Distracted by Tech While Driving? The Answer May Be More Tech

Forbes Older Drivers, Want to Keep Your Keys Longer? Get a Good Night’s Sleep and Stay Fit

UPI Voice-assisted tech can be driving hazard