Meteorologists have increased projected snowfall totals for Central Virginia, with some areas expected to see as much as a foot of snow.
Taking time to plan ahead can help your family prepare for the unexpected, and help ensure their safety in the car or at home.
Gas prices across the Mid-Atlantic continue to be higher than this time last year, but in many regions are staying relatively stagnant.
Gas prices have moved higher, attributed most likely to OPEC’s announcement to cut production on Nov. 30.
Gas prices have increased nationally for seven consecutive days, reaching today’s price of $2.18 per gallon.
Gas prices across the Mid-Atlantic continue to creep upward – slightly in some areas, not so slightly in others.
Thanksgiving Day is the “new Black Friday,” with some big box stores throwing open their doors to shoppers on the holiday itself.
AAA projects nearly 49 million people will travel for the Thanksgiving holiday weekend and most will head out today.
As more than 43 million Americans plan to hit the road for Thanksgiving, lower gas prices are on the menu.
AAA projects that 1.3 million (1,373,482) Virginians will journey 50 miles or more from home this Thanksgiving holiday.
Gas prices around the Mid-Atlantic region have remained relatively flat in the wake of the second Colonial Pipeline disruption in as many months.
The average gas price in Virginia is down two cents compared to a week ago with some areas in the Commonwealth dipping below $2 per gallon.
Will gas prices jump as a result of the current issues facing the Colonial Pipeline in Alabama?
The season of night driving begins on Sunday at 2:00 a.m. as Daylight Saving Time ends and the clocks are turned back once again.
As part of Car Care Month, AAA is urging motorists to heed their car’s cry for attention and be aware of the red and yellow indicators.
Gas prices around the Mid-Atlantic region have stayed relatively steady throughout the week, but are higher than this time last year.
As excitement for Halloween builds, creative costumes and a bag full of goodies become top priorities, while safety, an afterthought.
Virginia average gas prices continue to hover above $2 per gallon since news of the Colonial Pipeline leak in Alabama last month.
Gas prices across much of the Mid-Atlantic region remain relatively steady with most states seeing slight weekly increases or decreases of two cents or less.
A collision with a deer or other animal can put a serious dent in your vehicle, if not destroy it completely.
Despite the seasonal drop in demand for gasoline, gas prices have continued to increase across much of the Mid-Atlantic region.
Over the past five years, teen drivers were involved in nearly 14,000 fatal crashes and about a third of them – more than 4000 – involved speeding.
Gas prices have increased nationally for 12 of the past 14 days, reaching today’s price of $2.26 per gallon.
AAA reminds motorists that cars need periodic checkups to maintain safety and maximize efficiency.
Gas prices have climbed higher across much of Virginia in the past few days, in contrast to the slight dip they took last week.
Gas prices in Virginia have stabilized following gas prices hikes experienced in September due disruptions experienced on the Colonial Pipeline.
October is Car Care Month and AAA is advising drivers not to get caught with their tires down. Vehicle maintenance is key.
Gas prices in most of the Mid-Atlantic region have begun to decline slightly for the first time since the Colonial Pipeline began pumping again.
AAA Mid-Atlantic is urging drivers to plan ahead, use caution and pack some patience when driving.
Gas price hikes have slowed to a halt after rising a total of 13 cents per gallon on average since Sept. 16 due to disruptions on the Colonial Pipeline.
Gas prices fluctuated this week across some regions of the Mid-Atlantic due to repairs to the Colonial Pipeline in Alabama.
Virginia has had some of the highest average gas price hikes nationwide since last week rising 11 cents per gallon on average compared to a week ago.
Gas prices are up five cents since Friday in Virginia and are likely to continue to rise this week due to an early September leak in the Colonial Pipeline.
Gas prices nationally and across the Mid-Atlantic region started to fall on Labor Day weekend.
According to a AAA survey, 55 percent of Americans say they are more likely to take a road trip this year because of lower gas prices.
Gas prices in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast have moved higher over the past week due to rising crude oil prices.
The summer driving season is in its final stretch, and regional gas prices are rising slightly, according to AAA Mid-Atlantic.
Although gas prices have gone up slightly in some areas around the Mid-Atlantic region, the national gas average has remained relatively steady.
Gas prices in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast continue to drop with Virginia, New Jersey, and Delaware now below $2 per gallon.
Gas prices across the Mid-Atlantic region continue to drop, and average prices in New Jersey, Virginia and Delaware are now below $2 per gallon.
Gas prices haven’t changed much in the last week and have fluctuated five cents or less in the last month, according to AAA Mid-Atlantic.