Millions of Californians are expected to hit the road or jump on a plane Thursday for the long Memorial Day weekend, the most since 2005, according to the Automobile Club of Southern California.
More Southern Californians will travel over this Christmas-New Year’s holiday than for any holiday since 2001, according to the Automobile Club of Southern California.
Motorists better take advantage of the historically low gas prices they have been enjoying recently, because that trend will end come New Year’s Day.
Auto Club of Southern California customers will receive an average 4.1 percent rate reduction on policies, Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones announced Wednesday.
The Automobile Club of Southern California (AAA) will offer free towing on New Year’s Eve in an effort to keep drunk drivers off the road.
It’s true that everything old is new again.
A former Auto Club insurance agent is blowing the whistle on an alleged customer discrimination scheme.
If you find yourself partying a little too hard during the holiday weekend, call the Automobile Club of Southern California for a tow – its free.
More travelers will be taking to the skies this Memorial Day weekend as high gas prices continue to weigh down wallets in the Southland.
The Automobile Club of Southern California will offer free towing on New Year’s Eve in an attempt to keep drunken drivers off the road.
More California drivers are texting behind the wheel despite a state ban.
Despite a law banning the activity, the Auto Club says the number of people who text while driving in Southern California has roughly doubled since it went into effect.