>> For travelers looking to avoid traffic this Thanksgiving week, it might already be too late. AAA says nearly 51 million Americans are expected to hit the roads, skies, and railways, the highest Thanksgiving travel volume since 2005. In a bump of 3% over last year.>>
]>> A strong economy and labor market are fueling this year's increase.
With cheap airfare sending more travelers than usual to the airport.
t the vast majority, 45.5 million, will be driving, although delays for many are in the cards. AAA says with lockouts, flat tires, and dead batteries, it expects to rescue more than 330,000 motorists this weekend. Providing every reason for travelers to truly give thanks.