As a result of COVID-19, two-thirds of Americans plan to travel MORE over the summer.
Pilot Flying J found 65 percent have increased the number of trips they plan to take over the summer after being cooped up inside.
Respondents are ready for the open air — and the open road — but they might be leaving behind the person they spent quarantine with. The survey found 62 percent admitted they need a break from their loved one(s) after being quarantined together for weeks on end.
**FYI: Of those with a trip planned for the summer, 66 percent had a trip canceled or postponed as a result of the pandemic.
- Visit family
- Travel to landmarks within my state/neighboring states
- Visit friends
- A cross-country trip
- A trip to a beach or vacation home
- A hiking or camping trip in nature
- Day trips to museums, amusement parks, etc.
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