Travel Talks with AAA


Join Group Department Manager Donna Zeigler as she speaks with some of AAA's closest travel partners and the biggest names in travel. Each presentation is packed with itineraries, details, and insider tips that can only be found right here, directly from the folks who crafted these exciting getaways!


Factors That Can Raise and Lower Your Auto Insurance


When you review your bills each month, you may ask yourself, why is my car insurance premium so high? Many people wonder what they're getting for all that money they're putting in each month and if they even need car insurance at all. 

AAA is here to help you better understand the importance of auto insurance, what it covers, the options available to you, and how you can lower your auto insurance rates. Knowing what you want from your insurance policy and the different factors that can raise and lower your auto insurance can help you find the plan that works best for you.


Save 25% on a AAA Membership This Holiday Season


Being a AAA member lets you have the savings and security you deserve. With our AAA Membership Holiday Promotion, it's the most wonderful time of the year to sign up! You'll get 25% off your new membership and access to our unparalleled benefits, discounts and services.

You can treat yourself or a loved one to the gift of protection and comfort this holiday season. We're proud to give you even more affordable rates on all new AAA memberships.


How to Prepare for a Car Emergency in the Winter


Driving your car in the winter can pose some unique dangers due to extreme weather conditions like snow and ice. As a result, it's a good idea to be aware of winter weather conditions and how you should prepare for them. Learning about driving in the winter can help you be a better, safer driver on the road. Alongside awareness, it's also crucial to have a winter emergency kit in your car so you're prepared when an emergency strikes. 

We've put together this helpful guide on everything you need to know about winter car emergencies so you can stay safe and prepared.


What Are the Benefits of TSA PreCheck®?


Traveling by air has changed the way we think about the world. Centuries ago, people stayed within miles of their homes for most of their lives. Families seldom took trips or long journeys, and if they did, it was a matter of necessity. Now, with air travel, people can see new sights and visit incredible places with ease whenever they want.


Notarize Your Personal Documents at AAA


Do you have a deed, a will or another important document to sign? Your notary search in Pennsylvania is over. Get your documents notarized at AAA.


Can I Get Traveler's Checks at AAA?


Planning to travel the world is exciting, but it can also be filled with a bit of stress. You want to be able to buy what you need abroad. From local travel to meals, souvenirs and services, you need some form of payment. Ideally, that form of payment will be simple to get and use once you travel. So what works best? 


What to Expect From a Vehicle Maintenance Inspection


Every vehicle has a variety of components that need to be checked routinely. Many parts should be inspected every 5,000 miles or so — which can often be done together with your oil change — whereas others only need to be checked every 20,000 or 30,000 miles. Each component should be inspected at the manufacturer-recommended interval, as failing to do so can lead to costly repairs or replacements. 

In this guide, we'll discuss the common components of your car that must be routinely inspected, what they do and how often they should be checked. 


How Long Can a Car Battery Last?


Your car's battery is essential because it enables your engine to start at all. The battery feeds the vehicle's starter by bringing an electrical current that powers the engine. If the battery is running low, the vehicle may be slow to start. If the car's battery dies completely, the engine won't start and you won't be able to go anywhere. To avoid getting stranded, maintaining your car battery's lifespan is key.


How to Check Your Tires for Wear


Ensuring you follow safe driving practices is vital to keep yourself, others and your vehicle safe. Keeping track of your tires' tread is an essential factor to staying safe while on the road. Worn tires are more susceptible to punctures, provide less traction and are prone to popping while you're driving.

You can keep yourself and others safe by frequently checking your tires for wear and replacing your tires when they become unsafe to drive with. We've created this comprehensive guide to explain how a tire's tread keeps you safe and how to check your tires for wear.