If your car's aging, it might be time to recharge the air conditioner.
Tires are a necessity for motorists, but it’s important to replace them before they get too tired. Arizona’s sizzling summers age tires even further, as is evidenced by the rising number of tire retreads, or alligators, strewn across Arizona roadways.
Flowing Wells High School senior Monty Miranda has been working on cars since he was 5, and plans on doing so until he retires.
AAA is offering free rides to Cinco de Mayo celebrants who need a safe ride home through its Tipsy Tow service.
Whether it’s oil, coolant or gasoline, fluids are the lifeblood of your car.
The recent surge in gas prices slowed this week, with both statewide and national averages increasing about a penny.
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People with high-maintenance personalities don’t necessarily provide high maintenance for their cars.
Arizona gas prices jumped to a four-month high this week, nearly matching a nationwide increase, according to AAA Arizona.
It’s an oft-asked question: Why does gas cost so much?
Increasing gas prices
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Gas prices crept upward in the past week and are expected to rise in the coming weeks due to seasonal factors, including scheduled refinery maintenance, according to AAA Arizona.
Gas prices continued to edge down this week but that trend isn’t expected to last, according to AAA Arizona.
New Year’s resolutions don’t need to stop at losing weight or controlling finances. Why not resolve to clean up some behind-the-wheel behaviors and adopt safer driving habits in 2014?
The statewide price of gasoline bumped higher this week, though crude-oil prices have settled below $100 a barrel and gas prices slipped nationally, according to AAA Arizona.
Buying a car is one of the biggest purchases you’ll make. That’s why it’s imperative that you make sure you’re a savvy car buyer in order to get the best deal.
Say you’re having a dinner party at your house.
The number of Thanksgiving travelers will be essentially flat this year, but the roads and skies will still be plenty stuffed, according to AAA’s annual travel forecast.