Maryland drivers will be paying more to travel this upcoming holiday weekend.
Motorists in the Washington metro area are paying five cents less at the pump when compared to a week ago.
State lawmakers are cracking down on drivers who talk on handheld cell phones when they’re behind the wheel.
Even though Baltimore is located south of the Mason-Dixon Line, its drivers are not exempted from dealing with hazardous winter driving conditions. With an annual seasonal average of more than 20 inches of snow, the area is subject to freezing rain, sleet and a combination of precipitation that present challenging and dangerous winter driving hazards.
Labor Day weekend is not only seeing high numbers of motorists but also high prices at the pump. Gas prices have hovered near record levels all summer but they may soon start to decline.
Leave early, stay late, good luck. Those are the words to travel by if you’re among the hundreds of thousands of Marylanders planning to drive this Memorial Day weekend.
In a few weeks, thousands of teens will be on Maryland roads. Sound a little scary? It is. Vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for young Americans.
Motorists are being warned to watch out for drowsy driving after the daylight saving time change over the weekend.
If you’re like millions of Americans out there, you’re traveling this holiday weekend. Whether it’s by road, rail or air, Friday is one of the busiest travel days of the year.
Believe it or not, some folks are already getting a jump on their holiday travel and they’ll be in good company. About one million people more than last year are expected to be traveling this Thanksgiving.
Gas prices took another dive this week, dropping to as low as $3.17 a gallon.
Anyone with a car will tell you there comes a time when you need to find a mechanic you can trust.