More Americans will take to their cars for a road trip this July Fourth holiday and they’ll spend more than last year.
With summer rapidly approaching and gas prices on the rise, this way to get $10 in free gas will appeal to just about any driver.
Memorial Day holiday travel is projected to reach a new post-recession high.
How can you save on the high cost of gasoline? Here are a few tips.
The roads are going to be more crowded this Labor Day than in recent years, says AAA.
The price of regular gasoline is expected to average $3.63 per gallon nationally this summer driving season — a three-year low.
Trying to cut costs on a cross-country move? Here are some tips.
Much of the recent economic data we’ve seen has looked better than expected, but this week’s economic updates may prove to be less inspiring.
Gas prices have been declining steadily since July, but 2012 will still be a record-setting year for high gas prices.
There will be 39 million Americans traveling by car this Thanksgiving, and they’ll be paying more for gasoline than past holidays.