The holiday season is the busiest travel time of the year, dominating both the social and the economic environments of November and December. To participate in this national pasttime and to connect with family and friends, people across the country invest billions. And as classic movies about holiday travel misadventures diagram all too accurately, this frantic disorientation (taking a dizzying maze of “planes, trains, and automobiles”) can lead to surprising risks and lapses in judgment.
Unfortunately, such errors and omissions don’t always lead to tidy, cinematic resolutions (a la Steve Martin inviting a lonely John Candy to join the family for a warm meal.) Real risks abound. So what should you and your family do to play it safe? Here are some tips:
For more tips on staying safe this holiday season, see our post on 7 Holiday Safety Tips.
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