More Than 1.2 million New Jersey Residents are Expected to Travel During Fourth July Weekend Holiday
A huge number of people are expected to travel during the Independence Day holiday which begins on Wednesday, July 1 and will last till July 5, Sunday.
From New Jersey alone, greater than 1.2 million people are expected travel and around eight to ten percent of the people are estimated to take the road.
AAA Mid-Atlantic says that that most of the travelers from New Jersey will travel fifty or more miles during the fourth July holiday weekend.
Nationwide around 41.9 million people are expected to travel during the weekend holiday and as per AAA the growing income and the sturdy employment market in the U.S is encouraging more Americans to travel during the holiday this year. Even the low oil prices have played a big role as it has allowed the Americans to get some extra savings which they can spend on holiday travels.
According to AAA most of the drivers are probably going to pay the lowest prices for gas during the Independence Day noted in the past five years. On Thursday, a data from AAA showed that the price of the regular gasoline was $2.781 a gallon on an average at the pumps in the U.S. This is a 90 cent drop as compared to last year.
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