MD Drivers Finally Heed Work Zone Speed Cameras: AAAMaryland drivers are finally paying attention to work zone speed cameras, which have reduced crashes and fines paid, AAA Mid-Atlantic says.
69% Increase In Senior Drivers Deaths On Md. RoadwaysIn 2017, 59 senior Maryland drivers were killed, an increase of 69 percent from the 35 killed in 2013.
AAA: Record-Breaking Travel Expected For July 4thIf your bags are packed and ready to go, be prepared for a whole lot of company as you hit the roads for the Fourth of July.
AAA: Heat Wave Wreaks Havoc On Vehicles As Holiday Travel Gets UnderwayAs a record-breaking 993,000 Marylanders prepare to get away for the Fourth of July holiday, the excessive heat is wreaking havoc on vehicles, interfering with travel plans.
How To Stay Safe During Your Summer Road TripDriving down summer roadways may seem safer than crunching through winter ice and snow. But summer is the most dangerous time on the highway, with the highest fatality rates coming in July and August.
Hit-and-Run Accidents Are On The High RiseIn Maryland, between 2012 and 2016 there were 26 hit and run incidents that involved at least one fatality.
AAA Warns Of Driving Dangers Due To Daylight Saving TimeAs we spring ahead, experts recommend driver use extra caution while on the roads.
AAA: More Americans Willing To Use Self-Driving CarsA recent AAA survey found that more Americans are willing to use self-driving cars.
AAA Offering Tips For Older Drivers To Stay Safe While On The RoadThis week is older driver awareness week and AAA says there are tools older drivers can use to lower their chances of getting into an accident.
Study: Touchscreen Tech In Cars Putting More Drivers At RiskThe next generation of in-vehicle technology is bringing with it a new wave of distractions.
AAA Predicts Record Travel For July 4th HolidayFamilies across Maryland and the U.S., will be packing up and hitting the road for the July 4 weekend.
AAA Projects Highest No. Of Md. Drivers For Memorial Day Weekend In A Decade PlusMemorial day weekend is here And thousands of Marylanders are heading out of town.