One of the busiest travel times of the year—both in the air and on the road—is around Thanksgiving. But no worries, we’re here to help your travel feel much easier! Here are some Thanksgiving travel tips for your holidays this year.
Plan, Plan, Plan
Travelling will be so much easier if you plan ahead of time. Buying plane or train tickets ahead of time is a good idea, especially for Thanksgiving. Keep an eye out for deals, which can pop up at random times.
The lighter you pack, the easier navigating the airport will be. Checking bags can take much longer than bringing a carry-on. Try to fit everything in your carry-on, but prepared to leave it planeside as the airline might have to store it under the plane when overhead space lacks.
Pick Your Days Carefully
The day before and the weekend after Thanksgiving are the busiest travel days of the year. Roads get more crowded and airline tickets get more expensive. So try to pick other travel days, like Tuesday to Monday.
If you’re roadtripping, bring maps in addition to your GPS. This will help you find different routes if you’re hitting traffic or construction.
If you haven’t seen the 2017 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport yet, get excited. It’s got lots to offer, from style to utility to technology. Here’s some of the best the Hyundai Santa Fe Sport has to offer.
The Santa Fe Sport has plenty to offer when it comes to style. New headlights and fog lights make an even bigger impact and distinct body lines accentuate this crossover’s sporty frame.
Rear-seated passengers will get plenty of comfort and space thanks to seats that offer numerous adjustments. It’s easy to make the back seats comfy for kids or adults.
You’ll get plenty of cargo space with the Santa Fe Sport. With all seats folded down, you’ll get an impressive 71.5 cubic feet of space so that you’ll transport almost anything. And with 40/20/40-split folding rear seats, you’ll get more storage option than other SUVs.
Don’t worry, you’ll be plenty safe in the Santa Fe Sport. It’s a safer Santa Fe Sport than ever, especially with the addition of driver-assistive features that give you extra help on the highway.