Before you book your next trip, you might want to break out your luggage and a measuring tape. Airlines are cracking down on carry-ons!
They downloaded gaming apps without their parents’ permission, yet the parents still had to foot the bill! Now for the second time this year, the Federal Trade Commission is going after a company that allowed it to happen.
Planning a plane trip anytime soon? Don’t forget to pack some patience! As 3 On Your Side consumer reporter Jim Donovan finds, the hassles of flying are leading travelers to find other types of transportation.
As 3 On Your Side consumer reporter Jim Donovan finds, your car may be spying on you and the information it collects might be used against you.
The Memorial Day and Fourth of July weekends are behind us, but there’s still plenty of time for a summer road trip. With higher gas prices, many consumers are looking for ways to save in other areas. 3 On Your Side consumer reporter Jim Donovan has some advice to help you stay on budget.
3 On Your Side consumer reporter Jim Donovan reminds us, there are other ways trim costs and save energy.
Both use Google’s new android software and respond to voice commands, processing information within a few seconds.
Together they’ve merged to become the largest airline in the world, but as American Airlines and U.S. Airways slowly combine forces, passengers could be paying more than they have to!
3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan has the details.
3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan has this annual reminder of just how dangerous they can be.
3 On Your Side consumer reporter Jim Donovan finds new companies help customers get the most mileage from their miles.
It’s called an opt-out clause, automatically giving companies consent to share your personal information, unless you read the fine print and take some sort of action.
Gas prices weren’t supposed to take too much of a ride this summer, pretty much on par with last summer’s range. But the increase in violence in Iraq by Islamic militants could push prices higher.
It seems every time you turn around there is an announcement of another auto recall. Roughly one out of every 10 cars and trucks on the road has been recalled this year.
Deceptive advertisements that promise to help you lose weight are everywhere and some lawmakers in Washington D.C. are tired of it