Gas Prices Start Rising In The FM Metro Following Hike In Oil Prices

AAA says the average for a gallon of gas in the FM metro is $2.11

FARGO, ND — You’ve probably noticed that gas prices are starting to rise in the metro. AAA says the average for a gallon of gas in the FM metro is $2.11. The statewide average is $2.20. The hikes follow a jump in oil and wholesale gasoline prices. Crude oil began the week trading at its highest price point of the year…

Protecting the Wear and Tear on Your Car From Low Temperatures

recommendations from experts include using a block heater, putting more air in tires, keeping up on maintenance

FARGO, N.D. — It’s not just ourselves, kids and pets we need to take care of in the cold. Just because your vehicle starts up when now doesn’t mean it will as temperatures continue to drop this week. It’s the very reason Fix It Forward owner Matt Carlson says more drivers should be checking their car batteries this week when…

AAA Gives Out Free Helmets to Kids at it’s Annual Bike Helmet Fitting Clinic

AAA gave out roughly 120 helmets

FARGO, N.D. — It’s not enough to simply have and wear a safety helmet when riding your bike. So, Triple A is making sure people also know the importance of having a helmet that fits properly at their annual bike helmet fitting clinic. “You can’t wear it like that,” a AAA spokesperson instructed. “You have to have it straight on…

AAA Hosts “Safety Safari” at Red River Zoo

Law enforcement and first responders where there to answer questions

FARGO, N.D. — AAA hosted a “Safety Safari” event at the Red River Zoo where kids and parents go to learn about how to avoid accidental injuries. Kids got to see animals, meet police officers, and ride the carousel, all for free. Local law enforcement and first responders were there to teach kids about their vehicles. There was even a rollover…

Price of Gas Hits 28-Month High

Average price for a gallon of gas in North Dakota is $2.54

FARGO, N.D. — If you’ve filled up at the pump recently, you’ve probably noticed the higher prices. The average price for a gallon of gas in North Dakota has hit a 28-month high. The statewide average is $2.54. In Fargo, the highest price is $2.45 at Casey’s and the lowest is $2.24 at Fleet Farm and Sam’s Club. The key…

Travelers About to Break Records This Holiday Season

more than 107 million people are expected to be traveling over the next ten days

FARGO, N.D. –If you’re planning to get out of town for the holidays, there are a few things you should keep in mind. Those traveling this holiday season are about to break records. “We’re expecting about 107 million people to travel over the next ten days so it’s going to be busy out there whether you’re traveling on the roads,…

F-M Community Asking Drivers to be Mindful Around Schools

With kids out and about at schools the roads become more dangerous

RED RIVER VALLEY — Officials throughout the F-M area are teaming up to remind you to be careful while driving during school hours. Police officers, school directors, and AAA gave a presentation on what to do when you see a bus stop arm and the repercussions if you violate doing so. Officers also reminded parents the importance of walking their…

LIVE: Memorial Day Traffic Expected To Be Busier

AAA Predicts Two To Three Percent Increase In Traffic Over 2016

  Gene LoDoucer from AAA North Dakota joins Adam to talk about Memorial Day traffic. AAA predicts two to three percent more traffic this year than last year. This, despite gas prices being about ten cents higher than 2016. Watch the video for more traffic information. Categories: Local News, Morning – In The Studio Tags: AAA, Memorial Day, Traffic

Gas Prices Hit 17-Month High

The auto club AAA said Monday the price has risen to $2.35 a gallon for the first time since November 2015.

FARGO, N.D. (AP) _ The average price for a gallon of regular gas in North Dakota has hit a 17-month high. The auto club AAA said Monday the price has risen to $2.35 a gallon for the first time since November 2015. Fuel prices have been moving up the last couple weeks because of higher crude oil prices. Also factoring…