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9:29 am on Friday May 4, 2012

Charleston County tops AAA Carolinas list with most substandard bridges

Image by Flickr user slworking2 The Cooper River Bridge is one of the best bridge is in the state.A 54-year old bridge in Richland County carrying more than half a million vehicles a week is rated South Carolina’s top substandard bridge for the...
4:11 am on Friday October 14, 2011

Port Royal earns traffic safety award

Flickr user AlamosaCountyPublicHealth The numbers cited in the report are likely to small to be of statistical significance, but Port Royal clearly is being pro-active in the traffic safety game and it's good to see them get kudos. 
4:37 am on Saturday April 16, 2011

AAA finds out the best driving route to Myrtle Beach

Flickr user Jerrycharlotte Have you ever wondering what the best, most efficient way to travel between Myrtle Beach and Charlotte? Since the majority of visitors to the Grand Strand come from the Queen City, AAA Carolinas wanted to see what the best...
4:53 am on Thursday December 9, 2010

Merry Christmas, gas is expensive again (w/video)

Flickr user mechanikat In case you hadn't noticed, gas is approaching $3 a gallon again, and just in time to make a dent in our wallets as we finish up our Christmas shopping. WTOC has a report on how Beaufort-area drivers are upset that gas prices...
6:33 am on Tuesday November 23, 2010

High volume of SC motorists expected to make the turkey day trek

Image by Flickr user johntrainorAAA Carolinas expects a growing number of South Carolina motorists to hit the road during what's typically the busiest driving weekend of the year. With planes ticket prices too much to handle for some folks, the...
1:37 pm on Tuesday June 30, 2009

Travel predicted to fall for Fourth of July

Image by Flickr user Kathryn SkaggsImage by 20090630-trip.jpg AAA Carolinas is predicting that travel over the Fourth of July is going to fall for the second year in a row with S.C. motor travel dropping 2.4 percent. The State has the details.
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