Some Play Blame Game As Gas Prices Reach Highest Level In Years, But There's No Dispute It's Impacting Bottom Line For Many FamiliesAfter pandemic lows, we're now seeing some of the highest gas prices in years.
Ida's Aftermath: Key Parts Of Vehicles To Check For Water DamageMany vehicles had water damage from last week's storm, when remnants of Hurricane Ida tore through the Tri-State Area. Mechanics say they're now getting an influx of vehicles to repair.
Delta Variant Concerns Put Pause On Some Labor Day Weekend PlansThe Transportation Security Administration says it screened more than 1.3 million people at security checkpoints Tuesday. The last time it was that low was May 18, when it was 1.4 million.
AAA Says More People Expected To Hit The Road For Labor Day TravelAAA says there could be more than three million trips on MTA bridges and tunnels during the holiday weekend.
Latest Statistics Show Dangerous Driving And Road Rage On The Rise On Long IslandAugust is considered the deadliest month on our roads.
As 100 Deadliest Days Begin, AAA And Experts Offer Tips To Help Parents Coach The Young Drivers In Their HomesMemorial Day to Labor Day is known as the 100 deadliest days for teen drivers and anyone sharing the road with them.
AAA Expects 50 Million Will Travel For Thanksgiving, Despite Pleas From Officials To Limit Gatherings And Stay HomeThe TSA expects to screen six million people in the days ahead, and that's leading to concerns about an even bigger surge.
AAA: More Drivers Speeding On NYC Streets Since Coronavirus Pandemic Lockdown StartedManhattan saw the largest jump in daily violations, up nearly 150% from the previous two months.
Coronavirus Pandemic Means Changes To Summer Travel Plans, With More People Planning Road TripsThe good old open road is calling once again as parts of the country reopen and Americans itch to escape isolation. Road trips seem to be top of mind.
Experts Weigh In On Coronavirus-Related Risks Involved In Taking A Summer Trip As States Continue To ReopenEven a road trip comes with risk, and precautions are key.
Memorial Day Travel Expected To Hit Record Low Due To COVID-19Memorial Day weekend travel is expected to hit a record low this year, with air travel down 88% and due to the pandemic
Vehicle Rental Companies Anticipating Summer Business Boom As Coronavirus Restrictions LiftCloser trips in isolated suburban getaways is what travel industry experts expect this summer as people plan for holidays like Memorial Day.
Coronavirus Precautions: International Travelers Arriving At NYC Airports Concerned By Lack Of ScreeningsThe spread of the coronavirus is impacting travel around the world, well beyond China, as passengers are on alert.
TSA Urging Travelers To Prep Early Ahead Of Busiest Holiday Travel Day Of The YearThe good news for most travelers, the weather shouldn't be a factor as clear conditions are forecast throughout much of the country.
Thanksgiving Travel: Millions Expected To Pack Area Roads, AirportsAAA predicts 55 million people will travel more than 50 miles for Thanksgiving.