Most people know and understand that highway traffic before and after Labor Day weekend can be troublesome. It is essentially a tradition across Wisconsin for families to have one last summer get together before fall begins. This year is poised to be no different with gas prices dropping and more people having income (and time off) to drive to their favorite vacation spot.
But with more people on the road, drivers have to be extra cautious. Indeed, many drivers understand that they have to share the road, be mindful of speed limits and refrain from using alcohol, but it there are additional things that drivers should be mindful of as they embark on their holiday weekend journeys.