There are some headaches for Marylanders traveling on the eve of Thanksgiving. Big crowds hit the airport, the roads and the train station, trying to get to their holiday visits.
Younger drivers are more likely to drive while drowsy, according to a new study by AAA.
Fluctuating gas prices have car makers racing to add fuel-saving technology to vehicles. AAA is offering advice about one new device. It’s called “Stop-Start.”
We’re just days away from the Fourth of July holiday, and AAA says traffic will be worse this year than in 2011 as more people plan to travel by car.
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AAA Mid-Atlantic says the District of Columbia’s use of speed and red light cameras brought in a record $55 million in fiscal 2011 and could generate even more revenue this year.
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.
Just when you thought it couldn’t get any worse, gas prices are up again this week.
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.
Speed cameras in construction zones work. That’s what a new AAA study discovered this week.
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.
The first months behind the wheel are the most dangerous for young drivers, according to a new study.