AAA Alaska Offers Peace of Mind for Families

Sponsored post on behalf of AKontheGO sponsor AAA Alaska  Every August, after my son returns to school, my husband and I haul out everything from the cars and take stock of our road trip safety inventory. Flares, check. Extra food, water, and a sleeping bag? Roger. AAA Alaska card? Double check that. With a short […]

AAA Alaska 2015 Summer Travel Forecast

  [sponsored on behalf of AAA Mountain West/AAA Alaska] Last weekend marked the unofficial start to Alaska summer fun. With brilliant weather and clear roadways mostly void of construction delays (crossing fingers, here), Alaskan families packed up RVs, automobiles and kids, and headed toward the campgrounds, lakes, beaches, and mountains for which our state is […]

AAA Alaska Makes Trip Planning a Cinch

[AAA Alaska and AKontheGO have established a partnership and this sponsored post reflects our endorsement of AAA products and services.] The American Automobile Association was created for people like me. Organized, detail-oriented, and perhaps even slightly obsessive about trip planning, packing, fact-finding, and “going.” A trusted resource for nearly 100 years, AAA Alaska is located […]

Alaska Winter Road Trips: A checklist from AAA

When our family moved to Alaska in December 2005, a few things were immediately clear. 1) I had forgotten how to drive in icy, snowy conditions, and 2) Confidence was low. My husband might also add “Worst backseat driver, ever” to this list, but that’s a whole separate story. Timid, unsure of myself and my […]

AAA Alaska and AKontheGO Forge Partnership

  When I was a kid, I used to take the annual AAA membership sticker and slap it on my bicycle, liking the way the silver and red glimmered on my Huffy banana-seat. I didn’t really know what the “auto club” did, but that shiny AAA sticker was like a magnet of coolness in the […]