AAA Says Drowsy Driving To Blame In Nearly 10 Percent Of AccidentsDrowsy driving causes eight times more accidents than previously thought, according to a new study from AAA.
New Yorkers Getting A Jumpstart On Holiday Travel Dealing With Busy Roads, SkiesA gridlock alert is in force for the city Thursday, meaning officials are asking people to use mass transit in the hopes that it will help clear up congestion on the roads.
Travellers Greeted By Traffic Troubles Heading To LaGuardia Ahead Of The Holiday RushSome folks were forced to get out of their vehicles and walk along the shoulder of the Grand Central Parkway to get to the airport.
Frustrated Drivers Want Cops To Crackdown On Left Lane SlowpokesThe left lane on the highway is meant for passing, not cruising.
Americans Love Traveling In The Fall, AAA Reports28 percent of people polled by the auto club said they would be hitting the road before the busy holiday season.
E-ZPass Users Don't Get Discount Everywhere, AAA SaysWhether commuters get a discount for using E-ZPass depends on where they are using it, AAA has discovered.
AAA Predicting Record Fourth Of July Weekend Travel As Millions Hit The Roads, SkiesMore than 44 million Americans are expected to travel more than 50 miles, according to AAA.
AAA Calls On N.Y. State To Require Rear-Facing Car Seats For Young ChildrenA new report says New York state’s outdated car seat laws are putting children at risk.
Millions Hitting The Roads, Rails And Skies For Memorial Day WeekendAAA estimates that about 34.6 million Americans will be taking long car trips away from home this weekend.
AAA Pushes To Require Passengers To Buckle Up In The Back SeatThere could soon be a new rule for anyone riding in the backseat of a car: buckle up.
AAA: Millennials Are Worse Drivers Than TeensIt's not just teen drivers who are taking risks behind the wheel.
Driving On Less Than 5 Hours Sleep Poses Same Risk As Driving Drunk, AAA Study FindsAccording to a new AAA study, crash risks are nearly doubled for drivers who get less than the recommended seven hours of sleep per night, with a nearly 400 percent increase for those who missed two to three hours of sleep.

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