The much-anticipated Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays may still be months away, but the best time to book flights for these busy travel weeks is quickly approaching.
State officials say most – if not all – Florida gas stations have gasoline again. Late last week, Floridians swarmed the pumps, topping off their tanks and filling gas cans in preparation for Hurricane Dorian. The surge in demand left some gas stations on empty, but it appears things have stabilized.
Labor Day is quickly approaching and gas prices for the holiday weekend are lining up to be the lowest in 2-3 years. However, there are still a number of factors could push prices higher before the holiday.
The plunge at the pump continued last week. Florida gas prices declined nearly 10 cents, as global demand concerns keep downward pressure on the price of crude.
AAA urges motorists to slow down and stay alert; they will soon be sharing the road with millions of Florida students who are returning to school. Not doing so can have life-changing consequences.
If your car crashes in the water, how do you escape? AAA tested six consumer tools designed to help drivers break their car window. Although most were effective on tempered glass, none shattered a type of window that is becoming more common in newer vehicles.
Florida gas prices are drifting lower after surging 15 cents last week. Florida drivers are now paying an average of $2.67 per gallon at the pump.
Florida gas prices dipped below $2.50 per gallon for the first time since March 12. The state average declined 9 cents during the past week.
The “100 Deadliest Days” involving teen drivers begins this week. From Memorial Day to Labor Day, traffic deaths involving teen drivers spike, with an average of seven people killed per day.
Floridians are becoming more concerned about hurricane season, after enduring four major storms in the past three years, including a category five last year.
A strong economy and weaker gas prices should help boost travel numbers this Memorial Day holiday weekend. The Auto Club Group forecasts the strongest kick-off to the summer travel season since 2005, and the second-largest travel volume on record – dating back to 2000.
New research from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety studied the primary reasons why older drivers hang up their keys, and what seniors can do to extend their time behind the wheel.
According to a recent AAA Travel survey, two-thirds of leisure travelers (64 percent) plan to take vacations this summer.
Nearly 100 million Americans – 4 in 10 U.S. adults – are planning to take a family vacation in 2019. That’s slightly more than last year, according to a recent AAA Travel survey.
Florida gas prices have held steady for the past week, but prices at the pump may increase this week. Crude oil and wholesale gasoline prices rose last week, following another round of declining fuel supplies.
Last week, the price for a gallon of regular unleaded jumped an average of 14 cents in three days. In total, the state average increased by 25 cents in 10 days.
Millions of Americans will be huddled around their televisions for the big game this weekend, but it’s before and after Super Bowl watch parties that can be dangerous and deadly for motorists.
Gas prices are back on the rise, now that the oil market is regaining strength.
AAA– Gas prices in Florida are declining again, after rising an average of 3 cents last week. On Sunday, gas prices averaged $2.30 per gallon, which is only 1.5 cents more than this time a week ago.
A record-setting 5.9 million Floridians will travel 50 miles or more for the final holidays of the year – the most since AAA began tracking holiday travel in 2001.