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Heavy holiday weekend travel expected

Local law enforcement is urging drivers to use care when traveling the highways during the busy holiday season which begins this week.  AAA projects that 55 million people nationally will travel 50 miles away or more from home this Thanksgiving Day weekend.  Locally, the Door County Sheriff’s Department is asking area drivers to plan ahead, take their time, and be aware of increased deer activity.  According to AAA, peak travel time is expected from 2 pm until 7 pm on Wednesday and Sunday afternoon.  You can find holiday road trip survival tips with the link below.

 

 

 

 https://exchange.aaa.com/safety/driving-advice/holiday-road-trip-travel-tips/#.Xd2gEflKiM8

 

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