By 2030, one in five people will be 65 or older. AAA’s "Lifelong Safe Mobility" campaign was designed to help seniors stay mobile for as long as safely possible. The campaign focuses on senior–friendly road design, driver–screening tools, educational programs, vehicle safety improvements and alternative transportation options. Roadwise Review
AAA realizes that teaching your teenager to drive means teaching the single most dangerous skill they may ever learn. Although it may sound scary, AAA can offer teens and their parents some great advice and educational resources to give a greater peace of mind.
Looking at teen crash statistics, it is clear that recent Graduated Licensing Laws have had a positive impact on teen driving fatalities. More needs to be done, however, as motor vehicle crashes remain the leading cause of death for 12–20 year–olds. 14% of all driving fatalities involve a teen driver, while teen only represent 7% of the total driving population. Parents must play a critical role in assuring their teen has had proper classroom and driving instruction. AAA encourages parents to consider GDL laws a baseline to their own "house driving laws."