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Florida man runs down bikers in traffic

A Florida biker and his passenger got a nasty surprise when a road rage incident turned ugly.

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Memorial Day gas prices will be the lowest in over a decade

Gas prices may be rising, but a gallon of gas this Memorial Day is still the cheapest it's been during the holiday since 2005.

In observance of Memorial Day

It's Memorial Day, which means we're taking a moment to remember the brave women and men who have served – or sadly, fallen – in order to keep the United States the Land of the Free. But it also marks the unofficial start of summer, and we're taking a day off to relax and celebrate.

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The best of Autoblog Military

Autoblog Military has been around for nearly a year now. So in honor of the Memorial Day holiday, we've decided to look back at the ten most popular Military stories.

Memorial Day Gas Prices To Remain Steady, Traffic To Increase

AAA predicts pre-recession numbers of Americans will travel this weekend

More Americans are going to shake off the winter blues with a refreshing spring road trip over the upcoming Memorial Day weekend. AAA is predicting a post-recession high of 36.1 million Americans traveling 50 miles or more over the holiday weekend.

Memorial Day weekend gas tab likely to hit $1.44 billion in US

Americans are about to spend a lot of money on gasoline. If the number crunchers at the Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS) are correct, US drivers will spend a tidy $1.44 billion filling up for their Memorial Day travels as 31.2 million people use the long weekend to participate in the time-honored tradition of a road trip.

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Strong auto sales predicted for Memorial Day weekend [w/poll]

Generally speaking, holiday weekends are always good for auto sales, but the Detroit Free Press says that dealers are expecting to do exceptionally well during this year's three-day Memorial Day weekend. Even better, forecasts have 2013 new-car sales being the best the industry has seen since 2002 – predictions are hovering between 15 million and 16 million units for the year.

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In observance of Memorial 2012

For the majority of us, Memorial Day is synonymous with things like swimming pools, barbecues, road trips and, most of all, a day off from the nine-to-five grind. It's the unofficial start of summer.

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AAA expects more Memorial Day weekend drivers than last year

Memorial Day weekend is always a good opportunity to hit the road, and despite the sour state of the economy, AAA feels this weekend will see more travelers in their cars than last year.

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America Hits The Road This Memorial Day

Nearly 35 Million People Will Travel 50 Miles Or More Over The Weekend

More Americans will travel this Memorial Day weekend compared to last year, as gas prices continue to drop and hotel prices rise, according to AAA estimates.

Ups and downs of unpredictable gas prices defy logic

Surprisingly, gas prices dropped prior to Memorial Day weekend and have seemed to defy logic throughout much of the first half of 2011. Luckily, pump prices have dipped below their 2011 peak of $4, down to a nationwide average of approximately $3.80. However, analysts warn that we're not out of the woods just yet.

In observance of Memorial Day 2009

Like you, we at Autoblog will be out and about today, enjoying the day off with family and friends, but we still have posts scheduled throughout the day for you. Before we usher in summer with the parades and cookouts and camaraderie, take a moment with us to remember the American servicemen and women for whom this day has been set aside. Their ultimate sacrifice is something we humbly honor as we salute the departed.

Kelley Blue Book names Best New Road Trip Vehicles for 2008

click to view more high-res images of the 2008 Dodge Grand Caravan SXT

Pump prices down, but so is consumer confidence

An article in from Automotive News tells us... what we already know. Even though gas prices have declined since their almost record-breaking highs on Memorial Day, consumer confidence is at a low. What is interesting about the article is that it points out that not only is our confidence in oil down, but that lack of confidence extends to other parts of our consumerism.

Autoblog Garage Special: Memorial Day with the Mustang GT

2007 Ford Mustang GT - Click above for high-res image gallery