Posted by ROLAND REZNIK on October 27, 2016. 0 Comments
The U.S. Bureau of Transportation Statistics reports the Thanksgiving holiday as being one of the busiest long-distance travel times of the year. Trips during the Thanksgiving holiday increase by 54 percent compared to the rest of the year. Wheelchair users are often confronted with obstacles when traveling. This guide will help wheelchair users navigate through the Thanksgiving holiday travel chaos.
Choose a Destination and Plan Ahead
The Thanksgiving holiday is known as an excellent time of year to visit family and friends. However, it’s also a great time of year to take a vacation. Whether you are visiting friends or planning a getaway, you need to plan ahead. Begin by choosing a destination. Try to make this decision as early as possible. It is recommended to make Thanksgiving travel plans at least two months ahead of time.
Travel Documents and Passports
Although the Thanksgiving...