There’s no doubt that many of us are still walking around sluggishly as a result of moving our clocks ahead an hour this weekend. Experts say it’s not something to take lightly.
Only three establishments in the Philadelphia area were awarded AAA’s “five diamonds” for 2014: the Four Seasons, the Rittenhouse Hotel, and the Fountain Restaurant at the Four Seasons.
New Jersey State Police say that traffic deaths were lower in 2013, especially in South Jersey counties, than they were in 2012.
One of the worst sounds on a workday is that slow cranking when the car won’t start.
“At zero degrees, a car’s battery loses about 60 percent of its strength,” notes an AAA Midatlantic spokeswoman.
To mark what is called Older Driver Safety Awareness Week, area agencies are putting out their lists of some of the more dangerous roads for those age 65 and older.
A new travel survey released by AAA suggests that the fragile economy may be keeping some people closer to home.
The average fuel price in Philadelphia has reached $3.70 a gallon as the result of a 17-cent spike over the last week.
New Jersey is stiffening the penalties for motorists who use handheld cellphones to talk or text.
Jenny Robinson of AAA Mid-Atlantic says that despite gasoline prices that are 15 cents higher per gallon than a year ago, quite a few people plan to leave town for the holidays.
Power outages knock out traffic signals, and that’s not a good thing.
Since the online Senior Driver course is approved by PennDOT, those who’ve completed it may qualify for insurance discounts.
A survey of crash data compiled by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration finds July 4th is the deadliest day for teens to be out on the roads.
With the temperature expected to top out at a humid 90 degrees today, AAA MidAtlantic reminds you to make sure your car is ready for summer driving.
There are a couple of notable changes in Ocean City. First is the Route 52 Causeway into town. After six years and $400 million that’s all finished, just opened this weekend.