For the third year in a row, the national average will be within a penny or two of $3.64 per gallon.
The Phillies optioned infielder Freddy Galvis to Lehigh Valley (AAA) on Friday.
Through next Monday, the auto club is planting a tree in one of America’s national forests for every battery it replaces, according to an AAA spokesman.
That’s why in 2012 the city planning commission unanimously approved a “Master Plan for the Central Delaware.” A complete road map for transforming the area into a beautified economic hub including new parks, penthouses, attractions, trails and…an auto repair joint?
Gas prices in New Jersey and across the country continue to creep higher, but they’re still at their lowest level since 2010.
Experts say the upward trend in prices is normal for this time of year.
By John McDevitt PHILADELPHIA (CBS)–The Pa. Turnpike pile-up yesterday had a lot of motorists, who were stuck for hours, making sure winter emergency preparedness kits are well stocked in their trunks “Oh it will be […]
A representative of AAA gives advice for those stuck in long-term traffic jams, such as the one that began this morning on the Pennsylvania Turnpike.
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.
According to AAA Mid-Atlantic, roadside battery assistance calls in the five county Philadelphia area were up 145% this past Saturday, Jan. 4, 2014 when compared to 2013’s Saturday, Jan. 5.
OMG! A survey conducted by Triple-A shows texting and driving by adults is a bigger problem than it is for teens.
The report, done by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, reveals that adult drivers are by far the likeliest age group to admit to using their phone while driving.
AAA was projecting a decrease of about 1.5% in holiday travelers this Thanksgiving weekend, and that projection seemed to be right on at 30th Street Station on Sunday night, where travelers were enjoying a pretty easy ride home.
A steady stream of soggy travelers lined up in the rain Wednesday morning to board buses to get home for the holidays.
“I would’ve liked to have gone on Tuesday, but now I’m glad I’m leaving today, because I know the weather is going to be a bear,” says Maria Hull.