Expect to pay more at the pump. Conflicts in Iraq have substantially caused gas to go up.
Motorists in Maryland are paying three cents more at the pump when compared with a week ago.
If you’re planning to hit the road for the Fourth of July holiday weekend, you’re not alone. A record number of people will be traveling this year.
There is an economic side to the escalating violence in Iraq. The country is OPEC’s second largest producer of oil. If Sunni Muslim militants gain control of the oil fields, that could drastically affect supply.
As Memorial Day winds to a close, many people are making the drive home from their long weekend.
If you are planning to usher in the summer with Memorial holiday travel, you’re not alone. AAA Mid-Atlantic expects more than 670,000 Marylanders to travel by car, the second highest number since 2000.
Motorists in Maryland are paying three cents less at the pump when compared with a week ago.
This year’s brutal winter is well behind us, but it left behind one big reminder: potholes. They’re still wreaking havoc on our cars months later.
As tourism season reaches its peak in Washington, Triple-A has compiled data showing tour buses generate billions of dollars for the nation’s capital.
Pain at the pump. With the arrival of spring, gas prices soar to a six-month high. According to AAA Mid-Atlantic, it’s going to get worse.
It’s a new year, and a new battle with rising gas prices. Jan. 1 set a record for the highest price ever.
If you’re visiting family and friends or just going home for the holidays, you’re not alone. Record crowds are expected to be traveling over the end of year holiday period.