AAA: More Than 100 Million Americans Traveling For HolidaysThe holiday travel season kicks into high gear Friday.
AAA: US Drivers Unnecessarily Spent $2B On Premium Gas Last YearThe extra money you shell out for premium gas may not be worth it, according to a new study by AAA.
Gas Prices Expected To Be High For Holiday SeasonJust as one holiday road trip comes to an end, we're hearing that we shouldn't expect any Christmas presents in the gas prices department.
More People Traveling For Turkey Day In More Than 10 Years, AAA PredictsIf you're traveling for Thanksgiving this year, expect some company.
Americans Love Traveling In The Fall, AAA Reports28 percent of people polled by the auto club said they would be hitting the road before the busy holiday season.
Gas Prices On The Rise As Labor Day Travelers Hit The RoadLabor Day weekend is the last big travel weekend of the summer. And it's coming at a time when gas prices here and across the country are on the rise.
AAA: 1 In 5 Accidents Involve Drowsy DrivingTriple A says drowsy driving contributes to one in five fatal crashes and even missing a little sleep can put you at risk of nodding off.
Twin Cities Gas Prices Fall Below $2 Per GallonOfficials with AAA said Monday that the average price for a gallon of gas across the Twin Cities fell to $1.99.
Premium Gas Is A Waste Of Money, AAA SaysSome drivers like to treat their cars to the high-octane fuel thinking it boosts performance. Premium blends can cost around 50 cents a gallon more than regular, but AAA says that's money out the tailpipe.
AAA: Don't Play 'Pokemon Go' While You're DrivingAAA of Minneapolis is warning drivers to stay off their phones and avoid distraction as the "Pokemon Go" game continues to gain popularity.
Gas Prices This Holiday Weekend Expected To Be Lowest In A DecadeThe travel organization AAA says it’s expecting more than 34 million Americans to hit the road this Memorial Day weekend as gas prices are the lowest they’ve been in more than a decade.
Triple A Reminds Drivers To Move Over For Roadside Emergency VehiclesMinnesota's Move Over law makes it a crime for drivers not to move over a lane when someone is stopped on the highway.