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According to AAA, this holiday season, there will be more than 55 million people hitting the road for the Thanksgiving holiday, making it the second-busiest Thanksgiving for the vehicles on the road, since AAA began tracking it in 2000. An AAA spokesperson, Jeanette Casselano shares insights into holiday traffic and weather, as well as a number of useful tips on how to avoid the worst of the traffic on the roads and at the airport.
You might want to read this first, before you pack up the car.
According to Google Maps, it is the busiest time to be on the road for Thanksgiving travel, the Wednesday before Thanksgiving Day. The busiest time is about 3 to 4 hours away from us, and Free time will be added. Having said that, Google suggests, or to the left from earlier in the day, or have to wait for about 6 hours, leaving tomorrow morning.
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Try to avoid the rush hour traffic before and after the holiday
We all know that it is not in order to get out of the house for 9 am or 5 pm during the weekdays because of the traffic. But during the course of this trip? The worst time to be on the road on Wednesday at 4 p.m., and Sunday at 3 p.m. is The best time to go is on Wednesday at 4 p.m., and Friday, at 4 o’clock, according to Google Trends.
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Beware of how many people are on the roads.
Sit down for this one, or at the very least, get outta the car. More than 55 million people are going to be on the road for the Thanksgiving holiday, the management of at least 50 miles, according to AAA. This makes it the second-busiest Thanksgiving for the vehicles on the road, since AAA started tracking it in 2000.
“With record levels of passengers and the continued growth of the population in the country’s major metropolitan areas, and drivers should prepare for major delays,” said Trevor Reed, a transport analyst at INRIX. “Although the travel time of a peak, on Wednesday afternoon at the national level, and the traveller would expect that a lot of the heavier-than-normal congestion during the week.” Yes, it’s going to be crowded, so you’ll really want to make a map of your highway is the route for you.
If you have to travel on Wednesday, try to get on the road early in the morning.
Steer clear of the most populated cities
There will be a record level of passengers on the day before Thanksgiving, and delays on the road, it will be up to four times their normal volume in some places, the AAA says. In particular, try to avoid driving in downtown Atlanta from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, the move away from the area of Los Angeles, from 5 to 7 p.m., and in New York it will be a traffic jam between 5:15 and 7:15.m.
Fill up with cheap gas
You can get stuck in the traffic, but at least you are not shelling out a fortune on gas, this is the time of day. The gas prices are currently less expensive than the average price of the previous year, but they will fluctuate quite a bit. AAA expects that they will be around the same price during the Thanksgiving holiday, as well as during the recent Thanksgiving holiday. This way, you can expect to pay about $2.57 per gallon, depending on where you are located.
Where to stop along the way
To Google Maps and found that during the Thanksgiving holiday, people are on the lookout for stores that are selling legs of pork, outlet malls, trees, farmhouses, and electronics. If you want to avoid the crowds at each, here’s how to do it: First, go to the outlet mall, which is the peak of popularity in the Black Friday sale. After that, the tree farm, which is on Black Friday. The electronics retailer will begin to offer customers during the Thanksgiving holiday, but it hit a lull during the night preceding the holiday (or day). Finally, I have to pick up the ham on the morning of the Thanksgiving holiday. if you can pull it off, but make sure it’s open first.