Report: Millennials 'Riskiest Drivers On Our Roads Today'A new study by AAA finds that most young millennials, engage in risky behavior behind the wheel.
Missouri May Soon Have Solar Panels on RoadwaysThis past session Missouri lawmakers gave permission to launch the practice on a trial basis.
AAA: Md. Drivers Paying $2.60 Per GallonMotorists in Maryland are paying 4 cents less at the pump when compared with a week ago.
Surge In Travelers Means More Accidents On The RoadsA riskier commute. American drivers are seeing a spike in accidents.
DC & Baltimore Top Worst Cities List For DriversThey're the worst cities for drivers. We're talking about DC and Baltimore---both topping the top 10 list.
AAA Projects 41.9 Million Traveling for 4th of JulyThis Fourth of July, 41.9 million Americans are expected to travel, according to AAA, a 0.7 percent increase compared to last year.
80 DUI Arrests Across Md. In Just One WeekendDangerously drunk. There are new concerns from state police, as troopers pull over a concerning number of drivers who haven't just been drinking a little bit--they're highly intoxicated.
Md. State Police Pull Over Surprising Number Of Drunk DriversDangerously drunk. There are new concerns from state police, as troopers pull over a surprising number of drivers who haven't just been drinking a little bit--they're highly intoxicated.
Study: Summer Months Spark Increase In Fatal Accidents Involving TeensSummer danger. We're in the middle of what AAA Mid-Atlantic calls the "100 Deadliest Days..." a stretch between Memorial Day and Labor Day that sparks an increase in fatal accidents involving teenage drivers.
24-hour Headlight Use Becomes Mandatory On US 50The State Highway Administration is requiring that drivers have their vehicles' headlights on 24 hours a day while traveling on Route 50 between Route 13 in Wicomico County and MD 90 in Worcester County.
Distracted Driving Study Shows Social Media Taking A Front Seat In The CarDistracted driving. Mobile phone provider AT&T reveals just how bad it is when people use their smartphones behind the wheel.
Study Shows Texting While Driving May Be Biggest Road Rage TriggerRoad rage. When it comes to driving, there's a long list of what sets people off.