American Automobile Association


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American Automobile Association

A non-profit organization that sells car insurance, provides assistance to members, and lobbies on behalf of motorists. It was established in 1902 in Chicago and is now based in Florida. It is often called AAA ("Triple A").
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AAA, formerly known as the American Automobile Association, has announced a Kids Eat Free promotional offer for its members.
The five-year study sponsored by the American Automobile Association Foundation for Traffic Safety found that as many as one in five fatal car crashes nationwide each year involves an unlicensed driver.
This despite an American Automobile Association revelation that dialing car radios results in more collisions than talking on phones.
Zag also recently acquired Automotive Invitational Services (AIS), an auto-buying program operator that serves more than six million members of 12 of the clubs of the American Automobile Association (AAA); and inked a deal with Kelley Blue Book to license its new car pricing and configuration data.
Road rage incidents spike in the summer and at the end of the workweek, according to a study by the American Automobile Association.
Earlier this month, Zag acquired Automotive Invitational Services (AIS), an auto-buying program operator that serves more than six million members of 12 of the clubs of the American Automobile Association (AAA).
Chef Kevin Cottle is the Executive Chef at Mountain View, the Grand Resort and Spa, an American Automobile Association (AAA) Four Diamond resort located in New Hampshire's White Mountains.
AmericanTours International (ATI) and the Alberta Motor Association (AMA), a member club of the Canadian Automobile Association (CAA), which, in turn is a member club of the American Automobile Association (AAA), are pleased to announce their strategic partnership.
The American Automobile Association awarded Treasure Island with the prestigious four-diamond rating at the beginning of this month.
Steve Hayes, a spokesman for the American Automobile Association, said the study focuses attention on expanding the capacity of America's road system.
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