AAA Study: Teen Drivers At Higher Risk Of Deadly Crash With Teen PassengersNew research from AAA shows just how dangerous it can be when teens are driving with other teens.
4th Of July Gas Prices The Highest In Four Years Gas prices for the Fourth of July are at their highest in four years, according to AAA.
Record 47 Million People Expected To Travel For July 4thA record number of drivers is expected to take to the nation’s highways and byways on Tuesday, ahead of the Fourth of July holiday.
AAA: Busiest Independence Day For Travelers In Nearly 2 DecadesAAA says this year is expected to be the busiest Independence Day in nearly two decades for travelers.
AAA Study: Android Auto And CarPlay Less Distracting, But Not Safe While DrivingA new study by the AAA has examined the impact of vehicle infotainment systems on distracted driving.
Summer Road Trips To Be Most Expensive In Four Years"This will be the most expensive driving season since 2014," said Tom Kloza, global head of energy analysis for Oil Price Information Service.
Number Of Stranded Drivers Rise, AAA Gives Tips For Driving In Cold WeatherAAA reports since the recent cold snap began in the Chicago-area, the number of calls it's received daily from stranded motorists has doubled.
Travelers Hitting The Roads Tuesday Will Face Busiest Day Of Thanksgiving HolidayIf you hit the road between 5 p.m. and 6 p.m., the AAA has predicted your trip could take three times longer than it would under optimal driving conditions.
Chicago Area Could See Big Spike In Road Congestion For Thanksgiving HolidayAAA estimated 45.5 million Americans will be driving at least 50 miles for the holiday, the highest Thanksgiving travel volume since 2005.
Chicago Has Some Of The Nation's Worst TrafficA study by Inrix claims the average speed for northbound I-90/94 in peak morning hours is 20.2 MPH.
For Teen Drivers, Summer Is Known As The '100 Deadliest Days'A new study highlights the ways young drivers can be seriously injured or killed in traffic accidents. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports.
Millennials Found To Be Worse Behaved Drivers, Study FindsYoung millennials, ages 19-24 earned the top spot as the worse behaved U.S. drivers, after a new report from AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety found that 88 percent of these drivers engaged in dangerous driving behavior in the last month.