It’s Thursday, which means there’s still time to ask our weekly financial questions.
Today, my question is whether any of you traveled for the Fourth of July holiday, because apparently a lot of us did, this year. From the Washington Post:
Nationwide, AAA projects that nearly 47 million people will be on the road or on an airplane, up more than 5 percent compared with last year and the highest number since AAA began tracking holiday travel 18 years ago. Nearly 40 million people plan to get to their destination by car.
The Washington Post also warned us that the day before the Fourth would be “Terrible Traffic Tuesday,” which is a great name that we won’t be able to use again until 2029.
Discuss — or ask your own questions — in the comments.
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