Today Will Be Worst Day For Holiday Travel, According To AAAAAA predicts this holiday season will break records, with 112.5 million Americans expected to hit the roads, rails and skies – a 4.4 percent jump from last year.
AAA Predicts Record-Breaking Holiday TravelNumbers released Thursday morning show that 112.5 million people are expected to be traveling in the air and on the roads.
Thanksgiving Travel: AAA Expects Tuesday Night To Be The Busiest TimeThere’s Thanksgiving Thursday, Black Friday and Cyber Monday – but Travel Nightmare Tuesday? AAA says tonight is the worst time to travel.
Thanksgiving Travel To Be The Busiest In 13 Years, AAA SaysRobert Sinclair of AAA said Tuesday between 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. is likely the worst time to hit the road.
AAA: Modern Car Features Make For More Costly RepairsThe smart features on today’s car are designed to keep you safe, but a AAA report shows they’re also significantly increasing the cost of repairs.
AAA: Drivers Relying Too Heavily On New Safety FeaturesThe group warns many people are “unaware of the safety limitations” of these features, including blind spot monitoring, lane keeping assist and forward collision warning.
Drivers Endure High Gas Prices, Dangerous Weather On So-Called 'Terrible Tuesday'With 40 million Americans on the road and gas prices up 62 cents per gallon, travelers are warned to expect the worst.
Record Number Of People Expected To Travel For Fourth Of July HolidayA record-setting 46.9 million Americans are expected to hit the roads, rails and sky for the Fourth of July holiday.
AAA Says Simple Fixes Can Help Seniors Be Safer Behind The WheelAAA reports that 90 percent of drivers ages 65 or over suffer from some kind of impairment like arthritis or lack of vision that could impact their ability to drive.
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.