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.
Pennsylvania is expected to be the gas hot spot of the country in the coming months.
The three five Diamond-rated establishments and twelve that got four Diamonds represent the finest in amenities and service, says AAA’s Jenny Robinson.
As if you needed another hit on your wallet after all of that holiday spending, prices at the gas pump are back on the rise.
Cold weather is murder on car batteries. And that proved true Wednesday morning, when temperatures across the Delaware Valley plummeted into the low teens.
Your local car repair shop is getting some competition from a familiar name.
Drivers out on the road in New Jersey may mistake some gas station signs as mirages. Gas prices are dropping under three dollars a gallon for regular unleaded gasoline if you are paying cash.
AAA predicts a 3.5 increase in Thanksgiving travel this year compared to last year for trips of 50-miles or more. KYW’s Jim Melwert went to 30th Street Station early Tuesday morning to talk to travelers who were getting a bit of a head start.
Motorists continue to see sharply lower prices at the pumps in New Jersey.
AAA says prices are down almost $0.10 a gallon in just the past week and almost $0.50 lower than prices in early May.
Businesses down the shore are hoping this weekend is nothing like last weekend when Hurricane Irene washed away visitors and profits.
Looking for ways to cut corners in a tough economy? Well you may not want to start with your car. As 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan finds, saving a few dollars now, could cost you big bucks down the road.
We all know E-ZPass can save you time at the tolls, but it can also save you money with special discounts. Still, some changes have just gone into effect. 3 On Your Side’s Jim Donovan guides you through the confusion.