Gas prices may be falling, but that is not enough to get people out on the roads for the Fourth of July holiday.
Nearly 35 million Americans are hitting the road this weekend for a Memorial Day getaway.
The State House is looking at ways to crack down on teens and technology behind the wheel. On Monday, lawmakers are set to vote on some sweeping changes that would bar drivers from texting and would keep teens from playing taxi driver.
With gas prices pushing $4 a gallon, a lot of people are trying to stretch their dollar at the gas pump, but some of them are trying to stretch it a little too far.
It’s hard not to feel the pain at the pump – especially since most gas stations have raised the price by at dime in just a week.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The cost of a gallon of gasoline is increasing at a dizzying rate, and that has left many asking why and wondering about the impact it is having on us. By Thursday […]
AAA launched the site, called Keys2Drive, with the intention of consolidating all of that into one place, state-by-state. It also puts teens behind a virtual wheel in order to get to know the road signs. […]
What will gas prices be like this holiday weekend? How will holiday travel be? Larry and John talk to Superior Petroleum’s Don Bowers and AAA’s Jim Lehman to discuss everything you need to hit the […]
Underinflated tires can end up costing drivers money at the gas pump or even to lose control on the road. But Accu-Pressure Safety Caps promise to give you more miles to the gallon, increase the life of your tires and reduce the danger of losing control by showing you when your tire pressure is too low. But does it really do that?