Looking for ways to save on that spring break trip? CBS 2’s Roseanne Tellez reports, there are websites that can help you decide.
An expert says just as the Chicago-area’s shattering weather records, we could soon set less pleasant records – the highest gas prices.
Prices at the pump are down slightly after 27 straight days of increases, but it’s not going to provide much relief.
January is typically a month when gas prices are low, but that is not the case this year.
The roads will be busier, and the airports less crowded, for the upcoming holiday travel season.
Gas prices are dropping in the Chicago area and surrounding counties, but prices are still higher than they were at this time a year ago.
Once again, you’re paying more to fill your tank.
Where are you going over the Labor Day weekend? AAA says the majority of us won’t be going very far.
It’s summer’s last fling but this year, one projection indicates fewer of us will be travelling for the Labor Day weekend.
Fewer people will be hitting the road this 4th of July holiday weekend.
After months of sticker shock and pain at the pump, drivers are finally getting a little relief.
Higher gas costs are taking a toll on travel for the upcoming 4th of July holiday.
CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker has this look at what is being done to send a message to teens that they’re risking their lives when they text and drives.
The average price of a gallon of gasoline in Chicagoland is hovering just above $4 a gallon, and that has led to reports of gasoline siphoning in some suburbs.
It’s getting more expensive to own a car.
We’ve been hearing about it for weeks, and now, experts say $5 per gallon gas is almost certain by Memorial Day.
Gasoline prices in Illinois are the highest they’ve ever been for this time of year, with no relief in sight.
Gas prices have spiked in Chicago in the past week, and the falling dollar and the rising cost of oil are to blame, experts say.
The number of Americans traveling for the Thanksgiving holiday will increase 11.4 percent from last year, according to the AAA auto club.
Many American drivers are asleep at the wheel — literally. That’s according to a new AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety study which found drowsy drivers played a role in nearly 17 percent of fatal crashes.