D.C.’s Pineapple and Pearls is one of eight restaurants in the U.S, Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean to join AAA’s list of Five Diamond restaurants for 2018.
Both Maryland and Virginia have seen an increase in fatal traffic incidents but the types of roads they happen on differ in each state.
“Everything will be jammed,” said AAA Mid-Atlantic spokesman John Townsend. “Expect absolute gridlock.”
A study from AAA of data on fatal crashes finds that drivers worry most about being killed by another motorist, but the most lethal accidents are solo crashes.
One area insurer reports the average loss in a house break-in is $2,316. There are several easy precautions that homeowners and renters can take to keep their valuables safe.
Regular oil changes at factory recommended intervals are the best investment you can make for your vehicle. But which type of oil is better for your car?
To fight this deadly trend, safe-driving advocates are urging parents to practice driving with their teens as much as they can.
Buying a new car is becoming less and less affordable. For the first time ever, the average price of a car nationwide is $34,449 according AAA mid-Atlantic.
Summer road trips don’t always go as planned and sometimes, that could mean an emergency situation with your vehicle. Here’s what to do if your car breaks down on a bridge or in a tunnel.
Research shows an increase in fatal automobile crashes in the days following the transition to daylight saving time, which takes effect at 2 a.m. Sunday.
More than one million photo-enforced tickets were given to drivers in the District in the last fiscal year, which marks a massive year-over-year increase of nearly 70 percent.
Despite a relatively mild winter in the area, the grand total for nationwide pothole damage could be even higher, AAA says.
AAA warns shoppers to avoid distractions in the parking lot, and it unveils its top 10 Black Friday safety tips.
New test results from AAA reveal that automatic emergency braking systems vary widely in their ability to stop a moving car.
A growing number of crashes are caused by debris in the roadway, according to a new AAA study.