Labor Day Traffic Forecast 2016
Labor Day is here, heralding the end of summer and the start of fall. The three-day weekend often sends families packing, and while Labor Day traffic is often not nearly as bad as July 4th and Thanksgiving, this year might be more troubling for the East Coast. Tropical storms are bearing down and bringing rain all along the coast this weekend, and rain pretty much never does good things for traffic.
The biggest advice we have is to use Google Maps, as it will reroute you according to the current traffic conditions and ensure you will get their the fastest way.
Here’s a round-up of some of the latest traffic reports and traffic avoidance plans:
FREE DMV Question:
Highways are typically most slippery:
A – During a heavy rainstorm in the middle of summer B- When it first starts to rain after a dry spell C- After it has been raining for a long time
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FREE DMV Question: Answer: B