Driving during Thanksgiving weekend? You and 51 million other Americans. According to AAA, this makes this Thanksgiving weekend the busiest holiday travel weekend in over a decade. Sadly, driving during Thanksgiving weekend is also quite dangerous. Thanksgiving Eve has become known as “Blackout Wednesday” as is one of the deadliest days for drivers traveling for.
Car accidents happen even on the way to Grandma’s house for Thanksgiving dinner. The Florida Highway Patrol estimates two million drives on Florida roads this Thanksgiving holiday so here are some tips to reduce the chances of you being involved in a crash this Thanksgiving: 1. Traffic is expected to increase around 2 p.m. today.
With more cars on the road this week, Florida Highway Patrol will increase traffic enforcement on the state’s roadways for the Thanksgiving holiday. Beginning Wednesday, troopers will crack down on speeders, aggressive drivers and drunk drivers. “Unfortunately as of last year we had 46 fatalities throughout the five day period, hoping to bring that number.