Driver Education

As a leading road safety advocate for more than 110 years, AAA provides driver education, expert advice and helpful resources for all ages. Programs include:

From helping to educate parents on infant and child passenger seat safety to preparing teens for the responsibilities of driving to supporting older adults and their families tackle the challenges of balancing safety and mobility, AAA is there to ensure that safe driving is a lifelong journey.

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TEEN PROGRAMS

Auto Club Teen Driving School

Teen Defensive Driving Class

Do you have a teen who is learning to drive? Our Teen Defensive Driving Class covers safe driving practices such as proper following distance and avoiding distratcting behaviors. The cost is $25 for members (teen must be an associate member on the parent's AAA membership) or $30 for nonmembers.

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SENIOR PROGRAMS

Mature Driver Improvement

Mature Driver Improvement

The fact is, we are all changing, all of the time. As we age, changes in our strength, mobility and flexibility; vision and scanning skills; and the speed at which we can process visual information make us less comfortable and less in control behind the wheel.

Our preferred provider, I Drive Safely®, offers an online program designed especially for mature drivers who want to brush up on skills and qualify for liability discounts on their auto insurance. Members can save up to 10 percent and learn at their own pace with no time limits.

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YOUTH AND FAMILY PROGRAMS

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AAA School Safety Patrol

Since 1920, AAA has proudly provided support to Safety Patrol Programs instilling students with a sense of responsibility and leadership as they protect classmates from dangerous mishaps that can occur at or around schools. For more information, call 1-800-521-8124

GENERAL TRAFFIC SAFETY PROGRAMS

Distracted Driving Research and Education

Distracted Driving Research and Education

About 3,000 people die and 400,000 are injured in the U.S. each year in crashes involving “driver inattention,” or distracted driving, according to NHTSA. AAA is working to reduce distracted driving through efforts such as:

  • supporting laws that provide an effective and enforceable deterrent to distracted driving behaviors
  • conducting driver observational research to assist law enforcement
  • numerous educational campaigns and events that emphasize the dangers of distracted driving

Get AAA news alerts and events on traffic safety issues, transportation, travel and more through the AAA Newsroom.


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