What's the worst day to travel? AAA says it's the day after Christmas

Posted at 4:05 AM, Dec 26, 2019

AAA predicts more Americans than ever will drive this holiday season.

Nearly 105 million Americans hit the road for their holiday destination which is an almost a four percent increase compared with last year.

And the day after Christmas could be the worst day of the year for some drivers.

According to Inrix, which partners with AAA to compile transportation data, the day after Christmas is when you can expect traffic delays to nearly double your trip time.

AAA also says it will be a record-setting holiday travel season in general from December 21st through January 1st, more than 115 million Americans will travel by car, plane, train, bus or cruise ship.

That's the most in nearly 20 years!