More Americans will be hitting the roads over Memorial Day, according to AAA. Between May 24 and May 28, 30.7 million people will drive 50 or more miles away from home. During the same time last year, 30.3 million people hit the road. This is the peak of the driving season in the United States.
Two-and-a-half million people will board flights.
The average price for regular gasoline last week nationwide was $3.73 a gallon, while last year during the Memorial Day weekend the average price was $3.96 a gallon.