AAA Mid-Atlantic calls on members of the Virginia Senate Finance Committee to approve a constitutional amendment, that would guarantee transportation funds will be used for transportation purposes only.
Local and national gas prices continue to increase despite the traditional dip drivers are used to seeing following the first of the year. In Virginia, some metro areas are seeing prices up to five cents higher than last week.
The few inches of snow in the forecast could create a big headache for commuters tomorrow morning. Even though some areas of Central Virginia may only get an inch or two, the timing of the snowfall, in the height of rush hour, is cause for concern.
Sustained below freezing temperatures in Virginia are causing frozen and burst pipes for some residents, and the cold snap is not over yet. Knowing what to do and what insurance is likely to cover, however, may give homeowners a piece of mind.
AAA urges drivers to slow down, be cautious and maintain their vehicles to prevent being stranded or involved in a winter driving incident.
More than 61,000 AAA Mid-Atlantic members across the auto club’s five-state and Washington, D.C. region called AAA Mid-Atlantic for emergency roadside service over the 10-day year-end holiday travel period.
Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for teens in the United States.
New vehicle infotainment systems take drivers’ eyes and attention off the road and hands off the wheel for potentially dangerous periods of time.
Equipping large trucks with advanced s.afety technologies has the potential to prevent up to 63,000 truck related crashes each year.
Since Monday, the national gasoline price average has only moderately increased, according to AAA.
Hurricane Harvey may no longer be raining down on the Gulf Coast, but the storm’s impact continues to drive up gas prices across the country.
AAA estimates that close to 1 million Virginians will travel this Labor Day holiday weekend.
Gas prices in the days ahead could potentially head in one direction, upward, as the Texas Gulf Coast recovers from Hurricane Harvey.
The first cross-country solar eclipse since the advent of the automobile and creation of the free interstate system is heading our way Monday, August 21.
Tighter supplies, rising exports and growing demand have put pressure on gas prices, leading to increases across the Mid- Atlantic region.
Most regions in the Mid-Atlantic saw more gas price increases this week, including Virginia.
Since Memorial Day, AAA Mid-Atlantic has rescued over 326,000 drivers from Virginia to New Jersey.
AAA is reminding drivers that the risk of engines overheating, older batteries failing and tire troubles grows with each day of the heatwave.
Gas prices around the Mid-Atlantic region stalled this week after rising slightly the week before. The same can be said of the national average for a gallon of regular gasoline.
Triple digit heat indices are heading this way and can prove dangerous for mankind and metal alike.
AAA projects 1.2 million Virginians will travel to celebrate Independence Day this year. The 2017 travel forecast is the highest since 2001.