This one comes directly from Captain Obvious' desk. A record number of travelers will be driving to their destinations this holiday season, therefore increasing the possibility of deadly crashes. Well, no kidding. With Christmas and New Year's falling on weekend, as many as 51-million people could be on the roads this year, up almost 3% over last year. Which of course means crowded roads, increased delays, more road rage, riskier driving behavior, yada, yada, yada. In other words, there are going to be a lot of freaking people driving the roads this holiday seaon, so be extra careful to get your butt to wherever it is going safely. (Cue announcer's voice) This public service message brought to you by Autoblog.
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