The average price for a gallon of gas in Michigan is 3.1 cents higher this week than it was last week.
Most state travelers – an estimated 92 percent – will go by vehicle to enjoy “summer’s last hurrah,” with resort areas, campgrounds, and lakes among the popular destinations.
An estimated 1.4 million Michigan residents will travel on vacation during the upcoming Fourth of July holiday, up some 16 percent from last year and the highest number of projected state travelers since 2008, according to AAA Michigan.
Blogger Vicki Briganti wonders what life would be like if she could travel back in time and undo some decisions she’s made.
AAA projects 34.8 million Americans will travel 50 miles or more from home during the Memorial Day holiday weekend, an increase of 1.2 percent – or 500,000 travelers – from the 34.3 million people who traveled one year ago.
Buying a new vehicle takes time, research and eventually money. So when the occasion comes to purchase a new car, it’s not a choice that should be made lightly.
To meet new government fuel efficiency standards some vehicle manufactures are omitting heavy spare tires and equipping new vehicles with an emergency sealant and inflator kit or tires that if damaged can run reasonable distances without air.
Gasoline prices continued their pogo stick ride in Michigan through the month of January.
The Inn at St. John’s in Plymouth is the latest Metro Detroit property to be awarded AAA’s prestigious Four-Diamond rating for hospitality industry excellence.
AAA Michigan says gasoline prices are up about 9 cents per gallon during the past week to a statewide average of $3.41.