The holiday season is just around the corner, and along with the smell of turkey in the oven and the sound of jingle bells in the air comes the smell of airport food courts and the sound of children bickering over who's on whose side of the backseat. Yes, to get to their holiday celebration, most people have to endure the stress of traveling.
Around Thanksgiving in November and Christmas in December are the two busiest travel times of the year in the United States. This means roads and airports will be swarming with people attempting to travel hundreds or thousands of miles. And to make things more complicated, around the holidays, people have extra baggage in the form of food and gifts in tow.
Because of this, it's important to have a game plan when it comes to holiday travel to ensure you can navigate to your final destination as quickly and as effortlessly as possible to enjoy maximum time with friends and family, sipping cider or roasting chestnuts by the fire.