Holiday Traveling Should Be Done Early As COVID Still Affects Travel Says AAAIt's not yet November but AAA says you might want to start thinking about those Thanksgiving plans.
'It's Ridiculous': Drivers React To Increase In Gas PricesIf you've been to the gas pump lately, you've probably noticed that gas prices are creeping up.
A New AAA Survey Shows That 55 Percent Of Americans Are Planning A Trip With An Overnight StayThe weather is perfect for an early fall trip, and let's not forget about the upcoming holidays. Many Americans plan to travel over the next few months, but COVID remains in the back of many people’s minds. 
AAA Says Heatwaves Bring A Wave Of Breakdowns. Here's How To Avoid Trouble
Passport Processing Taking Over 4 Months, AAA Says Apply Early To Secure Your TripAs vaccinated travelers book the trips they've been dreaming up over the last year and a half, sluggish passport processing is getting in the way.
Car Repair Shops See Uptick In Demand As More Cars Return To The Road After Easing of Pandemic RestrictionsAAA is reporting that mechanics across the Baltimore area have recently seen an uptick in demand for car maintenance after the lifting of pandemic restrictions.
Gas Prices Are On The Rise Again During Summer Travel SeasonWith the country on the move again and in the midst of the summer travel season, prices at the gas pump are on the rise.
AAA: Nearly 960,000 Marylanders Expected To Hit The Road For Independence Day WeekendMore than 47.7 million Americans are expected to travel for the Fourth of July Holiday. At least, 43.6 million are expected to drive including 93 percent of Marylanders. 
Airlines Struggling To Keep Up With Travel Demand As More Americans Make Summer PlansMore than 47.7 million Americans are expected to hit the roads or take a flight this Fourth of July holiday. That's up 40% from 2020.
Cicadas Could Cause Your Car To Overheat, AAA SaysAAA says, if left unchecked, cicadas could do some serious harm to your car.
AAA Rescued More Than 6,800 Cars During Maryland Heat WaveAAA said during the hot weather we had over the past week, crews responded to more than 6,800 Rescue calls in Maryland, ranging from dead car batteries to flat tires.