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How to Handle Additional Road Congestion During the Holiday Season

The holiday season is a fun time, but it can also be very stressful. Not only can family obligations and nightmare in-laws cause stress, but the additional vehicles on the road during the holidays can also be taxing.

If you plan to be on the road this holiday season, it’s a good idea to prepare yourself for what to expect. Read on to learn more.

Pack Your Patience for Heavy Holiday Traffic

Everyone wants to be with family and friends during the holiday season, so it’s natural that more people are out and about hustling and bustling. Keep in mind that many people have a lot to think about during the holidays, so be patient with others as you’d like them to be with you.

You may come to find that the more patient with others you are, the more patient others will be with you when you need them to be. In addition, when you avoid getting worked up over the small things, it can have a ripple effect throughout the rest of your life.

Be Prepared

Leave yourself plenty of extra time to get to your destination. Don’t judge how long it will take based on normal conditions. Consider how long it will take if you run into heavy traffic or if you have to take a detour for some reason.

The last thing you want is to feel rushed to meet a deadline. It’s best to do everything in your power to give yourself additional time for any unforeseen circumstances.

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