If you’ve filled up your tank lately, you don’t need us to tell you that gas prices are back on the rise. 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan has advice for dealing with the latest squeeze at the pump.
Gas prices are on another dreaded upward climb. For the past month, they’ve risen almost every day.
You may have noticed while filling up, that gas prices are significantly higher.
Many drivers aren’t prepared for driving in the cold or snow, so 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan has advice to prepare for the next round of weather.
An uptick in oil production and a drop in consumer demand will combine to push gas prices down, according to AAA Mid-Atlantic’s Jenny Robinson.
The AAA-run service, which offers a free tow home for drivers who have been drinking on holidays like New Year’s Eve, started a few years ago in certain cities, but still hasn’t made its way to the Delaware Valley.
AAA released a warning late last week about E-15 gasoline, which is only found in the Midwest, but could eventually make its way east.
Philadelphia Region Reports Highest Number Of Citations During First 6 Months Of Texting-While-Driving Ban
AAA reports that there were a total of 796 citations issued across Pennsylvania during that period, and nearly half were written in Philadelphia, Bucks, Chester, Delaware and Montgomery counties together.
Rental cars have been hard to find in the aftermath of superstorm Sandy. But the shortage may ease in a few days.
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.
The rather bizarre and mysterious hit-and-run case in Evesham Township begs the question: When is it time to hang up the car keys for good?
Since the online Senior Driver course is approved by PennDOT, those who’ve completed it may qualify for insurance discounts.
Nationally, the average cost of a gallon of gas is up 30 cents in the last month to $3.70.
For boaters, the recent decline in fuel prices comes just in time.
“Dnt txt n drv. It’s the law” is the message that drivers will see on 20 billboards around southeastern Pennsylvania.