American Automobile Association (AAA) Reviews

American Automobile Association
American Automobile Association (AAA) was founded in 1902 as a Not-for-profit organization. It is a federation of motor clubs throughout North America (NA). There are more than 54 million members interconnecting on this 115 years old organization, especially United States and Canada. The key services of this organization are like roadsides assistance, auto repair, travelling, motoring advice, traffic safety and many more. AAA's headquarters are situated in 1000 AAA Drive, Heathrow, Florida, United States.

There are more than 54 million members belong to 69 individual clubs of AAA. It is an authorized organization by the US Department of state to issues international driving permits in the US. Most of the automobiles company sell their products by offers various discount through AAA. It has international affiliation with many Europe, Canada, Australia and Asia. Canadian Automobile Association (CAA) also affiliated with AAA.

Timeline History of AAA:

·    1902 - AAA was founded on March 4, 1902 in Chicago, Illinois, USA.
·    1903 - It was joined with Automobile Club of Buffalo.
·    1904 - It was merged with American automobile organization.
·    1905 - Published first AAA road maps.
·    1917 - Started to print hotel guides.
·    1920 - Launched first of the association's driver safety programs, especially provided to local schools with bandage, ID cards and materials.
·    1935 - Published Sportsmanlike driving.
·    1936 - Published the first driver education curriculum for use in high schools.
·    1936 - AAA began a pedestrian safety program.
·    1937 - AAA's Pedestrian Protection Program started.
·    1938 - Published an extensive study of pedestrian safety.
·    1940 - AAA offered its services to the Advisory Commission of the Council of National Defense.
·    1942 - AAA also associated in the development of a manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices.
·    1944 - AAA's keep 'em Rolling Campaign sponsored a cross-country tour featuring cars equipped with synthetic tires.
·    1946 - AAA launched a campaign called "Take It Easy".
·    1947 - Foundation of Traffic Safety (studies on motorist safety.
·    1966 - AAA helped draft the National Traffic and Motor Vehicle Safety Act of 1966. This was really helpful to maintain standards for motor vehicles inspection and registration, driver education, motorcycle safety, traffic courts, construction, highway design, maintenance, and traffic control devices.
·    1970s - During the time of fuel crisis, the AAA Fuel Gauge Report was created to assist motorists in finding gas stations.
·    1979 - AAA president James B. Creal appointed to the National Alcohol Fuels Commission by President Jimmy Carter.
·    1980s - AAA's mapping services received significant recognition.
·    1985 - The AAA North American Road Atlas was sold at retail for the first time and made a best seller by New York Times.
·    1988 - AAA focused its legislative efforts on the Truck & Bus safety regulation reform Act.
·    2000 - NHTSA presented AAA with a public service award in appreciation of AAA's leadership in the child passenger safety Certificate program.

·    2000s - AAA's has focused for helping senior citizens stay mobile longer and more safety led to an appointment to the White House Conference on Aging. In the whole decade AAA has promoted solution such as senior friendly road design, screening tools, education for senior citizens and their families. It has also helped for supplemental transportation facility.
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