AAA Mid-Atlantic projects 1.6 million Pennsylvanians will be traveling 50 miles or more away from home over the holiday weekend, between Wednesday and Sunday.
A report compiled by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration pinpoints October as the deadliest month for pedestrians with Philadelphia accounting for one-third of the highway fatalities that are pedestrian related.
AAA-Mid-Atlantic is raising the alarm about a sharp rise in highway fatalities so far this year and is concerned about a deadly trend.
Hurricane Isaac and the impact it’s having on gas prices could dampen Labor Day weekend travel plans for some in the Philadelphia region.
A new report finds that of the two dozen intersections in Philadelphia with red light camera enforcement, the ones near City Hall rake in the most dough.
It was nice to watch gas prices tumble leading up to the 4th of July. Triple-AAA Mid-Atlantic says that’s over, for now.
Just in time for summer, the 14th edition of a guide for travelers with pets is out.
Independence Blue Cross is the first out of the gate with its partnership with AAA Mid-Atlantic, giving AAA members in southeastern Pennsylvania access to health insurance plans and, exclusively, Health Advocate services.
Today’s unseasonably warm temperatures may have many people reaching for the thermostat and savvy car-owners getting their vehicles ready for the heat.
By Jim Donovan: Participating Goodwill stores in the Greater Philadelphia area have teamed up with AAA Mid-Atlantic for the 3rd annual luggage Trade-In/Trade-Up program. This initiative encourages the community to donate gently used luggage to […]
Motorists continue to see higher prices at the pumps in New Jersey.
It never happens at a convenient time, but the days of having to change a flat when you’re all dressed up with somewhere to go could be numbered.
It’s New Year’s Eve – one of the biggest party nights of the year. KYW’s Michelle Durham spoke to one local expert about how you can stay safe if you are planning to go out!
AAA Mid-Atlantic is out with a survey that finds more and more motorists are putting off buying a new car, opting instead to go the repair route.
If you’re hitting the road this holiday, you won’t be alone.