Mark Jenkins, a spokesman for AAA and the Auto Club Group, said prices across the nation are starting to dip due to a slight drop in oil prices though he warned that drivers should continue to expect to see some volatility when it comes to gas prices.
With Tropical Storm Gordon looming in the Gulf, gas prices are on the rise in the Sunshine State. AAA released a report on Tuesday morning which showed that gas prices averaged $2.80 a gallon on Monday, a jump of 8...
“Motorists have enjoyed falling gas prices during the past month, and it appears prices are about to move even lower,” AAA reported. “The price of oil plummeted by more than $4 per barrel today. Tuesday's daily settlement of $55.69 per barrel is the lowest since November 2017.”
The study found Uber’s activities support $1 billion of gross domestic product in Florida and adds $134 million to the state’s economy.
Time and options are running out for opponents on the Space Coast and Treasure Coast who want to see the Brightline train from Miami to Orlando stopped.
Below is a release from the Florida Department of Transportation. The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) announced on Thursday that it is starting work on the Wekiva Parkway interchange, including moving gopher tortoises. "Preliminary work ahead of construction is underway near...
This is the first time a Small Shipyard grant, which were established back in 2008, will be coming to Florida and Diaz-Balart is taking some of the credit.
Mark Jenkins, a spokesman for AAA and the Auto Club Group, weighed in on the study on Monday, saying gas prices should continue to drop in Florida in the days to come.
Gov. Rick Scott was upbeat about the news and contrasted the use of public funds to support such ventures and leaving them to the private sector.
“Florida suspended 1.7 million licenses in the last year alone, impacting nearly 10 percent of the state’s driving population,” JMI noted. “With the necessity of a driver’s license for employment application and work, these suspension practices are limiting job opportunities for citizens who commit one of 16 offenses like illegal firearm possession, drug possession, and giving alcohol to a minor."