AAA With Bicycle Deaths On The Rise, AAA Urges Everyone To Share Road Safely By Sascha Cordner • May 4, 2018 AAA It’s National Bike Safety Month, and Triple-A has some tips for drivers and bicyclists to share the road safely and avoid any deadly crashes. With St. Patrick's Day On Sat., AAA Urges Caution With More Drivers Expected By Sascha Cordner • Mar 15, 2018 MGN Online St. Patrick’s Day falls on Saturday this year, and AAA officials say they’re expecting to see much more drivers on the roadways. They’re offering Floridians a safe ride home to avoid fatal crashes. Leon County Schools, Nopetro Mark Five Year Partnership By Taylor Knight • Oct 25, 2017 Nopetro Compressed Natural Gas is making an impact on Leon County Schools, fueling district buses with compressed natural gas from Nopetro stations. Gas Prices Decreasing After Hurricanes Harvey And Irma By Victoria Weler • Sep 25, 2017 MGN Online Gas prices are on a steady decline after Hurricanes Harvey and Irma. Gas Prices On The Rise In Florida By Morgan Danford • Jul 24, 2017 AAA reports Florida has the 16th cheapest gas in the U.S.—that’s including a seven cent increase across the state. AAA Has Some Tips For Florida Drivers, Dealing With Aftermath Of Tropical Storm Colin By Sascha Cordner • Jun 7, 2016 MGN Online AAA has a few tips for drivers, as people are still dealing with the aftermath of Tropical Storm Colin. AAA: Leave Early To Beat The Rush By Jim Ash • May 27, 2016 Historically low gas prices in Florida and cheaper air fares are fueling predictions of heavy traffic on Florida highways and long lines at airports. As Distracted Driving Awareness Month Wraps Up, AAA Highlights Florida's Move Over Law By Sascha Cordner • Apr 25, 2016 MGN Online It’s National Distracted Driving Awareness Month, and AAA is reminding drivers about Florida’s Move Over Law as part of the month. After Unanimous Senate Support, Anti-Speed Trap Bill Could Soon Get House Vote By Sascha Cordner • Apr 13, 2015 Getty Images/iStockphoto A bill blocking all law enforcement agencies—including local—from establishing traffic ticket quotas could be close to hitting the Governor’s desk, if it soon passes the House.