What to Know Before You Hit the Road for the Holidays
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What to Know Before You Hit the Road for the Holidays

by | Dec 19, 2021 | Firm News

Going to be traveling for the holiday season? Not sure what route to take or what the roads will look like? Just wanting to see if it’s worth going out in the traffic to pick up last minute gifts?

Plan for traffic
AAA estimates 100 million people will be on the roads for the holidays this year. That would be a 28% increase from last year’s travel, nearing “record volumes” after the decrease in travel because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Because of this, it is recommended to “plan ahead, allow extra time to reach your destination, and drive alert without distractions.”

Seat belts and sobriety

It is common advice to make sure you wear a seat belt while in a vehicle.

And always avoid distracted driving by putting your phone away.