Here are some simple moves you can make to save money as we round out the year and gear up for 2017.
Expect the roads to be crowded this Thanksgiving holiday, with more Americans piling their families into their cars to visit loved ones.
AAA says there will be a big jump in holiday travelers this year, with the biggest increase in holiday travel since 2009.
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With gas prices at the lowest they have been for Thanksgiving in five years, holiday travel this year will be up significantly, says AAA.
More Americans will take to their cars for a road trip this July Fourth holiday and they’ll spend more than last year.
This year-end holiday season will be the busiest ever recorded, according to AAA.
Following these simple tips while flying or driving can save you money on holiday travel costs.
This year, saving money on travel has gotten even more complicated but still, AAA forecasts 91.9 million Americans will travel at least 50 miles away from home between Dec. 23, 2011 and Jan. 2, 2012, an increase over last year. And, about 27 percent of the total U.S. population will hit the road by car,