Thanksgiving Driving Tips

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Thanksgiving Driving Tips

Tips for making your Thanksgiving drive less stressful.

Unfortunately, if you are driving to your Thanksgiving destination, then traffic will be part of the equation.  While there’s little that you can do to avoid traffic, there are things that you can do to deal with the stress that comes with it.  Here are some of the suggestions that you should try.

  • Take Alternative Driving Routes

If you have no choice but to leave during peak Thanksgiving travel times, then look for alternative ways to get home.  For instance, try taking back roads or surface streets rather than jumping on the freeway.  While these routes may be more roundabout, they may actually be faster than sitting in traffic on the main streets.

  • Pack Plenty of Snacks

If you do get stuck in traffic, then getting hangry will only make an unpleasant situation worse.  Keep all your passengers in a good mood by stocking up on snacks and beverages.  When everyone is well-fed and hydrated, the road trip will be a more enjoyable experience for everyone.

  • Be Well-Rested

Do your best to get a good night’s rest before setting out on your drive.  Well-rested drivers tend to be more alert and focused.  Additionally, getting enough sleep before your drive will help you keep your patience better.  So, for everyone’s sake and safety, make sure you get a good night’s sleep before your Thanksgiving drive.

Try out these suggestions to make your Thanksgiving drive less stressful.  Before you hit the road, make sure you have the right auto insurance in place.  For assistance with all your car coverage needs, contact the experts at Club Agency Insurance Brokerage in Garden City, New York, today.

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