Pandemic, Presidential Election are Key Influencers

Author AAA // October 28, 2020

Floridians say they are now more comfortable walking than ever this year

Floridians are carefully planning a holiday trip planner. A new AAA poll has confirmed that epidemics and presidential elections are the only way to keep people free to travel in the coming months.

(AAA) – Floridians are carefully planning a vacation trip. A new AAA poll has confirmed that epidemics and presidential elections are the only way to keep people free to travel in the coming months.

According to the study, the majority of Floridians (84%) are anxious about going on vacation, due to the epidemic. Still, confidence is growing.

More than half (51%) of Floridians say they are free to walk now, compared to earlier this year when the plague broke out. Read the full survey here.

One in four Floridians (24%) are planning a holiday season. Even with the old half last year, more than one percent (17%) still have not decided whether to make the trip.

“While many would like to stay home during the holidays, there is a section of Floridians who are more willing to travel than they are this year,” said Mark Jenkins, spokesman, AAA – The Auto Club Group.

“Whether the reliability is based on more COVID-19 studies or just wanting to get out, AAA encourages all travelers to follow the CDC’s security advice and work with a reliable travel consultant.”

The car

Most Floridians (70%) say they are comfortable in their car. These control systems provide hygienic adjustments and lengths of movement. (AAA photo)

Most Floridians (70%) say they are comfortable in their car. These control systems provide hygienic adjustments and lengths of movement.

Car traffic is cheaper due to lower gas prices and allows drivers to adjust their travel and travel time.

Air Travel

More than half of Floridians (56%) are still difficult to board. Airplanes full of small houses can make living space difficult.

However, the risk of contracting the virus on a plane is low – according to a new study from the Department of Defense.

The study found that face masks and aeronautics technology significantly reduce the amount of hazardous substances in the atmosphere.

When are the Floridians Holidays tours?

29% – Prior to September
16% – September
21% – Obvious
14% – November
13% – December

“Travelers should not have to wait until the last minute to register their vacation,” Jenkins said.

“Most of those going on vacation complete their plans by the end of October. This means less options and possibly higher prices for those looking to board the final flight. ”

HOTEL OR AIR BNB

Travelers have a variety of ideas about hotels, retail outlets and Air BnBs, as a result of the epidemic. Only less than half the travelers claim to be comfortable in a hotel or leisure center. However, if they are offered a choice, more and more people may want a hotel / airport beyond the Air BnB or a rental house.

STUDY WORK AND SCHOOL INCREASES TRAVEL

Many Americans continue to work from home and go to school almost, this temporary change opens up new and exciting travel opportunities – especially for those who have rejected summer travel plans.

Half of the Floridians (55%) will be actively involved due to fluctuations resulting from work or schooling.

The majority of respondents (79%) say they work from home more often, due to the epidemic. A quarter (28%) has another family member who has gone to school.

MINISTRY ELECTION

Plague aside, presidential elections have led Americans to change the way they travel in recent years. (AAA photo)

Plague aside, presidential elections have led Americans to change the way they travel in recent years. This year, a fifth (21%) of Floridians say they have abandoned plans to travel, due to a presidential election.

Primary reasons:

Security risks (50%)
Political crisis (28%)
Financial results (27%)

AAA TIPS TO TRAVEL AND INSTRUCTIONS

Travelers can see the full list of travel tips here.

• Review travel restrictions. See AAA’s COVID-19 Travel Stopper Map and CDCID’s 19th tracker tracker for the latest travel and local restrictions.

• Plan your road trip. 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.

• Repair your car. 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.

Ask a traveler. It is very helpful and helps you if your plans change unexpectedly. (AAA photo)

• 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.

• Accommodation – Before each house is occupied, call to make sure your hotel is open and ask what they need to do 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.

• Car Rental – 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 your own peace of mind, use disinfectants to clean doors, steering wheels, steering wheel, and steering wheel. Hertz is also offering donations to pedestrians this fall.

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