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Mr. Marshall L. Doney

President and Chief Operating Officer

AAA Inc

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AAA Inc

1000 AAA Drive

Lake Mary, Florida 32746

United States

Company Description

AAA was founded over 100 years ago for the purpose of lobbying for driver and passenger rights, fair laws and safer vehicles â€" all to better promote the love of the open road and the adventure of driving. Since then, AAA has grown to over 50 million mem ... more

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Background Information

Affiliations

Vice President
American Automobile Association Inc

Board Member
Intelligent Transportation Society of America

Board Member
Club Assist Pty Ltd

Board Member
ITS America

Staff Director of Marketing and Member Services
AAA Wisconsin

Board Member
RESPONSE LLC

Education

Milwaukee Hamilton High School

bachelor Degree

business administration

Marquette University

master's degree

business administration

Marquette University

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About AAA | AAA NewsRoom

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Marshall L. Doney AAA President and COO Marshall Doney

President and CEO
Marshall L. Doney began his AAA career in 1984 with AAA Wisconsin. He joined the AAA National Office in 1991 as Director, Strategic Planning and Research and again in 1996 in the role of Vice President, Automotive Services. With thirty years of diverse experience working with AAA clubs and the national office, Marshall Doney is well positioned for his role as President and CEO.
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Marshall previously served as Director of Marketing and Service Quality at the Automobile Club of New York and Staff Director of Marketing and Member Services at AAA Wisconsin.
A graduate of Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Marshall holds both bachelor's and master's degrees in business administration.


Safety Archives - AAA NewsRoom

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"Drivers should use caution while using voice-activated systems, even at seemingly safe moments when there is a lull in traffic or the car is stopped at an intersection," said Marshall Doney, AAA's President and CEO.

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"The massive increase in voice-activated technologies in cars and phones represents a growing safety problem for drivers," continued Doney. "We are concerned that these new systems may invite driver distraction, even as overwhelming scientific evidence concludes that hands-free is not risk free."
Previous AAA Foundation research established that a category 1 mental distraction is about the same as listening to the radio or an audio book. A category 2 distraction is about the same as talking on the phone, while category 3 is equivalent to sending voice-activated texts on a perfect, error-free system. Category 4 is similar to updating social media while driving, while category 5 corresponds to a highly-challenging, scientific test designed to overload a driver's attention. "Developers should aim to reduce mental distractions by designing systems that are no more demanding than listening to the radio or an audiobook," continued Doney.
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(WASHINGTON, Dec. 3, 2015) AAA's ...

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(WASHINGTON, Dec. 3, 2015) AAA's President and CEO, Marshall Doney, has released the following statement in response to Congressional passage of a five-year transportation bill today.


(WASHINGTON, Nov. 5, 2015) AAA's ...

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(WASHINGTON, Nov. 5, 2015) AAA's President and CEO, Marshall Doney, has issued the following statement in response to the U.S. House of Representatives passing a multi-year transportation bill today:


"Drivers should use caution while using ...

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"Drivers should use caution while using voice-activated systems, even at seemingly safe moments when there is a lull in traffic or the car is stopped at an intersection," said Marshall Doney, AAA's President and CEO.

...
"The massive increase in voice-activated technologies in cars and phones represents a growing safety problem for drivers," continued Doney. "We are concerned that these new systems may invite driver distraction, even as overwhelming scientific evidence concludes that hands-free is not risk free."
Previous AAA Foundation research established that a category 1 mental distraction is about the same as listening to the radio or an audio book. A category 2 distraction is about the same as talking on the phone, while category 3 is equivalent to sending voice-activated texts on a perfect, error-free system. Category 4 is similar to updating social media while driving, while category 5 corresponds to a highly-challenging, scientific test designed to overload a driver's attention. "Developers should aim to reduce mental distractions by designing systems that are no more demanding than listening to the radio or an audiobook," continued Doney.

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