In order to keep our emergency responders safe, all drivers must abide by the Slow Down, Move Over laws that are active in all 50 states. To learn more about how to protect those at the roadside, click below for more information.Slow Down Move Over
Cold weather means more puffy coats and extra layers. Parents need to know that heavy outdoor clothing can affect how well your child’s car seats protect your loved ones. It may appear that straps are snug and attached correctly, but there may be too much extra slack for the seat to work correctly. AAA Northeast recommends securing your children in their car seats without their heavy jackets…strap the child in first, then cover him/her with their coat or extra blankets.
To learn more about car seat safety, visit AAA.com/SafeSeats
Our Automotive expert, AAA’s Car Doctor claims that while it makes cleaning your windshield off easier, it also puts pressure on the wiper blade springs. Propping the blades up can also prevent them from freezing together during heavy snowfall.