Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Waze released its travel predictions for Thanksgiving, and it"s not
Pretty.
(Photo: AP)We all know the dreaded task that is the drive to Grandma"s
house for Thanksgiving.
AAA has not yet released its Thanksgiving travel
predictions for this year, but in 2014 it estimated that nearly 90 percent of
Thanksgiving travelers would go by automobile, with about 46 million people
driving 50 miles or more from home.It seems that people try to leave earlier
and earlier to beat the traffic."Related: 14 Ways to Find Cheap Flights for
Thanksgiving and ChristmasBut according to Waze, the popular community-based
navigation app that tracks traffic trends, turns out that starting early isn"t
really better, unless you"re pretty much ready take the whole week off.The
company released its travel predictions for Thanksgiving, and it"s not
pretty.According to the app, traffic will start Tuesday, Nov.
24 at around 1
p.m.
as people begin hitting the road, with the heaviest traffic occurring
from 4–8 p.m.
"The traffic stays pretty bad throughout Wednesday
beginning at 11 a.m.
and lasting through the day and into the evening.So,
what"s the best time to travel? "Waze reports that early morning Thanksgiving
Day is when the road will be clearer, but that it will start picking up again
between noon and 4 p.m.Related: Gridlock Alert! Waze Reveals the Cities With
the Worst TrafficTip: And if you want to avoid those crazy back road routes
that Waze sometimes sends you on, switch your app setting to the shortest not
fastest way.
To do that go into Settings > Navigation > Routing Styles
and select the "Shortest" option.So load up on your favorite snacks, a book on
tape and happy driving.More from Fox News:10 Flight Attendant Secrets I wish
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"Watch World traveling club Travel"s original series "A Broad Abroad." Waze
released its travel predictions for Thanksgiving, and it's not
Pretty.
(Photo: AP) We all know the dreaded task that is the drive to
Grandma's house for Thanksgiving.
AAA has not yet released its Thanksgiving
travel predictions for this year, but in 2014 it estimated that nearly 90
percent of Thanksgiving travelers would go by automobile, with about 46
million people driving 50 miles or more from home.
It seems that people try to
leave earlier and earlier to beat the traffic. .Waze released its travel
predictions for Thanksgiving, and it's not Pretty.
(Photo: AP) We all know
the dreaded task that is the drive to Grandma's house for Thanksgiving.
AAA
has not yet released its Thanksgiving travel predictions for this year, but in
2014 it estimated that nearly 90 percent of Thanksgiving travelers would go by
automobile, with about 46 million people driving 50 miles or more from
home.
It seems that people try to leave earlier and earlier to beat the
traffic. 

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