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Gasoline Prices Fall to $2.95 Per Gallon

The national average price of a gallon of regular unleaded fell two cents to $2.95 for the week ending June 4 during a week that saw the first price decline since the middle of March, according to AAA. The decline followed a slight dip in oil consumption from a year ago.

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Gasoline Prices Spike Ahead of Memorial Day

The national average price of a gallon of regular unleaded jumped 12 cents to $2.93 over the past two weeks, ahead of the Memorial Day holiday and reaching the highest level for this holiday weekend in four years, according to AAA.

36.6M People to Hit the Road for Memorial Day

The busiest travel days are expected on Thursday and Friday, with holiday travelers mixing with commuters, according to AAA.

Iran Sanctions Push Fuel Prices Higher

The national average gasoline price moved sharply higher for the week ending May 14, following the Trump administration's decision to withdrawal from an Obama-era nuclear deal and reimpose sanctions on the country.

Setting Mirrors to Eliminate Blind Zones

Fleet drivers can use this method to adjust side and rear-view mirrors so they reveal blind zones.

1 in 3 Drivers Type Texts or Email

Nearly 35% of drivers say they have typed a text message or email while driving, even though 95.6% agreed that the behavior is unacceptable, according to new findings from AAA.

Drowsy Driving a Factor in Nearly 10% of Crashes

A new study from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety explores the relationship between drowsy driving and motor vehicle crashes — finding 9.5% of drivers involved in crashes to be classified as drowsy.

Cell Phone Use 6 Seconds Prior to Crashes Studied

A new study from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety examines the relationship between using a cell phone while driving and the risk of being involved in a crash by comparing cell phone use immediately prior to crashes versus during ordinary driving.

Safety Tip: Move Over for Emergency Vehicles

Drivers need to remember to slow down and move over — if safe — whenever they see an emergency vehicle stopped ahead on a multi-lane roadway.

Video Safety Tip: Protecting Your Vision

AAA offers five recommendations to help drivers maintain good vision for driving. And NHTSA explains how three different vision disorders — cataracts, glaucoma and macular degeneration — can diminish a driver's ability to see the road clearly.