According to AAA, nearly 95 million Americans are expected to travel 50 miles or more during the holiday period, which runs from Saturday through Jan. 1.
Heavy rain and winds began sweeping through the area Tuesday night, causing holiday travel head aches for some early Wednesday.
Fuel Prices are falling and home owners may be in a position to cash in on the lowest oil heating prices all year.
The risks that New Yorkers take on the roads are getting worse every day, and some say that the hazardous conditions can be blamed on the economy.
“Driving selfies” are the latest craze on social media sites such as Instagram and Twitter. But experts have warned that the practice is dangerous and could even be deadly.
There is a new push to reduce the speed limit from 30 to 20 mph on many residential streets, CBS 2’s Don Champion reported.
AAA is reporting the national average for a gallon of regular is $3.26, about a quarter cheaper than this time a year ago.
More trains and buses will be running across the Tri-State area Friday to help commuters get a head start on the long holiday weekend.
Texting while driving is against the law in New York, but texting while sitting at a red light is not.
More Americans are expected to hit the road over the upcoming Labor Day holiday compared with any year since the 2008 financial crisis, according to a travel forecast issued by AAA.
AAA Mid-Atlantic says the average price of a gallon of regular gasoline in New Jersey on Friday was $3.48, down four cents from last week and 12 cents compared to last month.
Gas prices continue creeping back up to the dreaded $4 per gallon mark. That critical threshold could effect the cost of living.
If your summer plans include driving you could come across a new danger on the roads this year. Certain allergy medications might be affecting users behind the wheel.
Using voice commands to send text messages and emails from behind the wheel, which is marketed as a safer alternative for drivers, actually is more distracting and dangerous than simply talking on a cellphone, a new AAA study found.
34.8 million people are expected to travel more than 50 miles, but 31.2 million are expected on the roads, according to Robert Sinclair with AAA New York.