Here's How To Travel Safely And Efficiently On Memorial Day WeekendAAA predicts that 39 million Americans will be traveling Thursday through Monday, up more than 8% from last year including 814,000 Marylanders.  
Travelers Should Ready Their Cars For Hot Weather, Mind Move Over Law, AAA SaysHot weather brings with it some automotive challenges, much like the winter months, so the organization is sharing some tips. 
Experts Suggest That Marylanders Drive The Speed Limit To Conserve Gas Amid Rising PricesGas prices are causing frustration for Maryland drivers yet again.
Here's How To Avoid Baltimore's Potholes And A Pricey Auto Repair BillSnow, freezing rain, ice, salt—it’s a perfect recipe for potholes.
Hitting The Road For The Holidays? Here's What You Need To KnowRoad travel is expected to exceed pre-pandemic levels over the holidays.
On Crash Responder Safety Week, MDOT Worker Recounts Being Hit By A Car Four TimesEvery day Steven Stinchcomb goes to work as an emergency response technician, he knows he’s risking his life. Stinchcomb has been hit by a car four times in his career.
'You Have To Pay Attention': Maryland AAA Worker Killed In I-70 Crash After Stopping To Change TireA Maryland AAA worker was struck and killed Thursday while changing a tire on Interstate 70 in Howard County, authorities said.
New AAA Survey Report Indicates Overall Decrease In Risky Driving But Phone Use and Speeding Remain HighA new survey released by AAA on Thursday shows an overall decline in unsafe driving habits but cell phone use while behind the wheel and speeding are still a big problem.
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.