AAA: People Planning Fall Travel With Cautious Optimism
Research has found that four out of five times cross the road, one in five is the final decision.
According to a recent AAA Travel survey, American travelers are making holiday plans at the end of the year, but remain optimistic about the future. Seventy-seven of US seniors who are planning a holiday at the end of the year before saying no doubt, could go on vacation.
As a result, some are opting for temporary travel options based on the potential for coronavirus. According to AAA research, one in five people planning a trip by the end of this year but still not keeping it is still expected to do so one week after the trip. AAA advises these travelers to take appropriate safety precautions as well as to protect others when they are away from home.
Most fall trips – 80% – will be road trips. A sign of the popularity of traffic this fall, the use of AAA’s TripTik’s well-known travel tool has doubled compared to spring and early summer. Not surprisingly, in the process of transporting their cars, more and more Americans are heading to areas known for outdoor entertainment and socializing more than in previous years.
“Most Americans continue to work from home and go to school almost, this temporary transition opens up new and exciting opportunities for low-cost travel – especially for those who thwarted summer travel plans,” said Paula Twidale, second to second senior, AAA Travel. “For those who choose to travel, the American highway continues to be the best way to continue exploring the United States. AAA advises travelers to be prepared and protect themselves in order to travel.”
Lower prices for electricity pumps may also encourage other potential walkers to get to the streets this fall. On average, oil prices around the world are about 50 cents cheaper than they were last year, and are the lowest prices since 2016.
Luxury Travel Destinations
This fall, vacationers are expressing their fondness on the American highway and on their way to the US which allows people to live far away, outdoor entertainment. New additions to the list of road crossings this year are Keystone, South Dakota – home to Mount Rushmore – and Colorado Springs. More information is available on TripTik.AAA.com search from June 15-Sep 14, 2020.
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- Las Vegas, NV
- Los Angeles, CA
- San Diego, CA
- Seattle, WA
- Stone stone, SD
- Portland, OR
- Phoenix, AZ
- Colorado Springs, PA
- Myrtle River, SC
“Trips that allow people to take advantage of foreign opportunities and enjoy this fall. From mountain climbing and parks to state and national parks, to outdoor beaches and outdoor parks, all of these highways have events that allow families to enjoy behind America within their sphere of responsibility, “continued Twidale.
What You Should Know Before You Go
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention continues to recommend that staying home is the best way to protect yourself and others from COVID-19.
For those who choose to travel, AAA encourages travelers to consult with local authorities, where they live, and where they want to go to learn about local restrictions. These additional tips and suggestions are very helpful for successful navigation:
- See AAA’s COVID-19 Travel Stopper Map and CDCID’s 19th tracker tracker for the latest travel and local restrictions.
- Applying masks to the face in combination and away from people (at least 6 feet) and regular hand washing are the best ways to reduce the risk of taking COVID-19.
- Be sure to wear masks, wipes, handkerchiefs and a thermometer to help protect and monitor your health. Also apply water and snacks to reduce the need to stand on your way.
- Use TripTik.AAA.com to plan your trip and help you determine the rest areas, gas stations, restaurants and hotels that are open in your way. Check out AAA.com/RoadTrips for more roadblocks.
- Take your car to the AAA Approved Auto Repair store to make sure it is road ready. To find it near you, go to AAA.com/AutoRepair.
- Before you go to any hotel, call your hotel to make sure your hotel is open and ask what they are doing to protect guests. Ask about methods of social disruption such as energy loss in areas where many people are needed and hotel staff to wear masks on a regular basis.
- If you are renting a car, ask what happened to clean the car. For example, Hertz has developed the Hertz Gold Standard Clean, a system that helps to control pathogens and pathogens. For the sake of peace, use disinfectant wipes to clean doors, steering wheels, displays and steering wheel. Hertz is also offering donations to pedestrians this fall. Book four days or more at each Hertz site to make one day free. Visit AAA.com/Hertz for more information.
- Ask the traveler; It is very helpful and helps you if your plans change unexpectedly. AAA travel consultants are ready to help Americans as they prepare for the next trip. Go to AAA.com/Travel to get started.
AAA continues to monitor the progress of the tours and will provide a tour of the Thanksgiving tour in November. For more information, visit www.Newsroom.AAA.com.
The research results are the results of a group that may be able to represent the entire US family. The sections provide examples of approximately 97% of US households. Most of the research was completed online; offline consumers were tested on the phone. A total of 1,041 questionnaires were completed among US officials, 18 years of age or older. The error limit for this study is 3.9% at 95% payout.