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Robert O. Sinclair

Spokesman

American Automobile Association

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American Automobile Association

Background Information

Employment History

Spokesman

Automobile Club of New York


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International Motor Press Association

Member


Web References(99 Total References)


michael bloomberg | War On Driving

warondriving.com [cached]

Robert Sinclair, a spokesman for AAA in New York City spells out exactly how the scam works and goes on record to say that every red light camera intersection in NYC has short yellow light times.


In the News | New York Personal Injury Lawyers | De Caro & Kaplen, LLP

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But it is rare for a major piece of a tractor-trailer, such as an axle, to break off, said Robert Sinclair Jr., a spokesman for AAA New York.
"It used to happen a lot in the '20s and '30s, but not these days," Sinclair said.


newsroom.aaa.com

Robert Sinclair
Manager, Media Relations rsinclair@aaany.com Phone 516-873-2258


Why We Crash -- Suprising Facts About Typical Car Accidents in Your Area | StolzenbergCortelli, LLP

www.stolzcortlaw.com [cached]

"After work we're eager to get our leisure activity underway," said Robert Sinclair, the New York spokesman for AAA.


Green Environment Recycling Blog

www.greenvehiclerecycling.com [cached]

We reached out to Robert Sinclair, Manager, Media Relations at AAA New York, to find out what people should do if a driver can’t get over to the side of the road while on a highway.
“If a driver gets a flat on the highway and there’s no safe place to pull over, they should pull to the right lane, turn on their four-way flashers and drive on the flat tire until they reach a safe place,� said Sinclair to AutoWorldNews. “It’s true the tire will be ruined, and there may be some damage to the wheel and, perhaps, some other components. But, that’s better than being dead!� “Being in or around a broken down car in the midst of fast moving highway traffic is a formula for disaster,� he added. “The number one cause of death for a law enforcement officer is a traffic mishap by the side of the road, far more than shootings or stabbings. Tires and even vehicles can be replaced. A life cannot.�


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