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Hitting the road for Thanksgiving?
So are 54.3 million Americans according to AAA. So if you're looking to beat the rush, here are the best times to go.
If you live in one of the major cities, transport analysts at INRIX say the worst congestion will be on Tuesday afternoon and evening, with delays that can be two to three times worse than normal.
Instead, opt to leave on Turkey Day itself.
Sunday will be a nightmare as most people wait until the last minute to head back home. Black Friday is your best bet for a smooth return as well as Saturday.
Don't think flying will save you from delays as more than 4 million will be taking to the skies.
Security lines plus traffic at the airports will add to your travel headaches, so leave extra time.
What's your secret for stress-free travel?