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.
Gas Prices So Low You Have To Crouch At The PumpIt's becoming a joy for motorists to pull up to the pump as gas prices continue to drop toward levels not seen in years, if not decades. Friday's national average is $1.69, but prices are even better in the Twin Cities.
AAA: 2015 Gas Prices Second-Cheapest In A DecadeAs 2015 went one, gas prices went down. In fact, AAA said we enjoyed the second-cheapest gas prices in a decade. The national average was just $2.40 a gallon last year. That's nearly a dollar cheaper than 2014.
Falling Gas Prices Make For Record Number Of Holiday TravelersIt's on track to be the busiest holiday for travel ever, and the American Auto Association (AAA) says you can credit that to falling gas prices.
The Reason Behind The Price Jump At The Pumpf you filled up your car recently, you might have noticed a price jump at the gas station. Gas prices went up about 10 cents a gallon in the Twin Cities Wednesday, and have gone up over 20 cents a gallon since last week.
Gas Prices Should Continue Falling, Experts SayDrivers taking that summer road trip can expect to see even more savings at the pump in the coming weeks.
AAA: 41.9M Americans Expected To Travel For Fourth Of JulyRoughly 41.9 million Americans are expected to travel 50 miles or more from their homes this Independence Day, according to AAA. AAA said this is up .7 percent from 2014 and the most Fourth of July travelers since 2007.
5 Discounts Any City OffersFrom discount dining to free admission to museums, here is a look at five discounts any city offers.
How To Plan A Trip With Your GrandchildrenHere are five great tips towards helping you plan the best and safest trip with your loving grandchildren.