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The AAA estimates that 94.5 million people will travel during the holidays. (Shutterstock*)
The AAA estimates that 94.5 million people will travel during the holidays. (Shutterstock*)

Over the river and through the woods, people will be heading off to visit family and friends for the holidays between now and New Year’s...

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