AAA sounded an optimistic note when it released the study on Monday, noting that prices at the pump could drop another 10 cents in the Sunshine State in the next two weeks.
According to AAA, 5.3 million Floridians will hit the highways.
With the longest nights of the year here, the AAA and the Auto Club Group are warning Floridians about old headlights. AAA issued a warning to residents of the Sunshine State on Tuesday morning. “New test results from AAA indicate that...
Last week, Florida Polytechnic University released research from their faculty and students as they focus on “detecting and preventing the growing problem of drowsy and distracted driving, one of the main causes of car accidents and fatalities on the roads.”
From his perch on the U.S. Senate Appropriations Committee, U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., worked with Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry to steer the money to Northeast Florida.
Mark Jenkins, a spokesman for AAA and the Auto Club Group, offered some insights on why gas prices in Florida and across the nation are dropping.
Mark Jenkins, a spokesman for AAA and the Auto Club Group, said he expected prices to drop into December.
Pointing to a report from Tampa Bay's 10 News which showed Florida had more cases linking carbon monoxide to keyless ignition technology, U.S. Rep. Charlie Crist, D-Fla., wrote U.S. Transportation Sec. Elaine Chao on the matter last week.
Even as Florida enters the busiest travel period of the year, gas prices continue to drop in Florida, a study from AAA shows.
“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."