Over 1 million people in Michigan will be hitting the roads or taking to the air for the long holiday weekend.
By now every driver knows the drill: the price of gas ratchets up, there’s an outcry among motorists, and then things settle down as the higher price becomes the new normal. And unfortunately, there’s no going back to the “good ole days.”
Plan on taking a trip over the long Labor Day weekend? You definitely won’t be alone.
Americans are much less worried about drunken, drowsy and aggressive driving than they were four years ago, even though traffic deaths have begun to edge back up.
In Michigan, the July 4th holiday period is traditionally the busiest time of year for the iconic family road trip.
Using voice commands to send text messages and emails from behind the wheel, which is marketed as a safer alternative for drivers, actually is more distracting and dangerous than simply talking on a cellphone, a new AAA study found.
AAA Michigan, the Michigan State Police and the Detroit Tigers are teaming up to promote teen-driving safety with an event at Comerica Park in Detroit.
An estimated 1.1 million Michigan residents will travel 50 miles or more on vacation during the upcoming Memorial Day weekend, launching the 2013 summer travel season, according to AAA Michigan.
AAA Michigan has awarded $23,500 to the Detroit Public Safety Foundation to pay for the inspection of aerial ladders and ground ladders used by the Detroit Fire Department.
More than a dozen hotels and a handful of restaurants in Michigan can once again claim bragging rights as “best-of-the-best.”