Maryland's Average Gas Price Under $2 For Fifth Week, National Average Up 5 Cents, AAA Mid-Atlantic SaysFor the fifth consecutive week, the average price of a gallon of regular unleaded gas in Maryland is under $2, according to AAA Mid-Atlantic.
AAA Says Nearly Half Of Its Service Calls In April Were For Dead Car BatteriesAnother impact from the COVID-19 pandemic has been dead car batteries, according to AAA. 
Average Gas Price In Maryland Below $2 For Fourth Straight Week, AAA Mid-Atlantic SaysFor the fourth consecutive week, Maryland's average price for a gallon of regular gasoline is below $2, according to AAA Mid-Atlantic.
Gas Price Drop Continues For Another Week, AAA Mid-Atlantic SaysMaryland drivers experienced another week of decreasing gas prices as the national demand dropped to its lowest point since spring of 1968. 
Coronavirus Impacts: Gasoline Demands Fall, So Do PricesAs Marylanders stay close to home and vehicle usage has dropped amid the coronavirus pandemic, demand for gasoline and gas prices have also dropped.
AAA: Gas Prices Drop, Demand At A Typical Wintertime LowMany local gas prices dropped again this week. 
Maryland Gas Prices Down More Than 20 Cents In Past Month, AAA SaysGood news for Maryland drivers: the state's average gas price is down 21 cents from this time last month, AAA Mid-Atlantic said.
AAA: Gas Prices Drop For Another WeekDrivers across Maryland may have noticed a break at the pump this week, as gas prices dropped. 
AAA: Winter Gas Prices Finally FallThe gas price average in Maryland today is $2.48, which is down six cents in the last week.
Average US Gas Price Holds Steady, Maryland's Increases Slightly After Airstrike Kills Iranian GeneralDespite rising tensions in the Middle East in the aftermath of a U.S. drone strike that killed a top Iranian general, the nation's gas prices have remained relatively steady, AAA said Monday.
Travel Officials Warn Drivers To Drive Sober, Or Stay Home On New Year's EveAccording to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, more than 10,500 people died in alcohol-related crashes last year.