Low gas prices and rising household incomes mean lots of Americans will travel this holiday weekend.
The average number of miles logged annually per car within a household is the most in a two-car home, where the average car travels 11,800 miles, and 36 percent of households have two cars.
The amount of cash left at TSA checkpoints has more than doubled since 2008.
Gasoline prices are expected to keep sliding: Time to hit the open road?
AAA says there will be a big jump in holiday travelers this year, with the biggest increase in holiday travel since 2009.
Taking to the road as full-time RVers is a way of life for some retirees.
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For some adventurous retirees, “home” is a state of mind.
AAA Travel projects that 34.7 million Americans will travel more than 50 miles from home this Labor Day weekend, the highest volume since before the 2008 recession.
The great American road trip is alive and well, according to a recent Edmunds.com survey.